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Innovation in the Heritage sector


Creative Content

Whether you’re running a gallery, museum or heritage site and are looking to engage and inspire your visitors, or you’re producing a period drama and need to ensure accuracy and authenticity, we all know that high-quality content is king. As the demand for new perspectives, innovation and creative engagement programmes places increasing pressure on in-house capacity and expertise, it helps to know that we understand what you need.

The Culture Innovation Consultancy team has extensive research, development and delivery experience across a broad range of arts and heritage sector organisations, historic sites, media outlets and creative industry businesses. Our experts have delivered creative content to clients including the National Trust, Oxford Natural History Museum, Walt Disney productions, the BBC, Powderham Castle, Tewkesbury Cathedral, and many more.

Our team provides expertise on:

  • Content development, including exhibition and display text, interpretation plans
  • Historical accuracy, including script writing/editing, voice coaching
  • Article and white paper writing
  • Curatorial and programming design and delivery
  • Exhibition design and programming

Case Study: Tudor Monastery Farm, BBC

Following the success of its previous living history series, Victorian, Edwardian and Wartime Farm, BBC 2 commissioned Tudor Monastery Farm, which explored what farming was like during the Tudor period, and was filmed at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum in West Sussex. 

Professor James Clark was the programme consultant for the six-part series, and his expertise in the church and cultural life of the era was essential for the series producers to ensure accuracy and authenticity. As well as recreating everyday life, the programme explored the impact of these great medieval institutions, revealing their extraordinary influence on the landscape, buildings, craft, technology, and on the lives of ordinary people.