What curation services do Trybe provide?

What curation services do Trybe provide?

Conceptualisation and Planning

Working closely with you to understand your objectives, themes, and desired outcomes for the exhibition. Developing a concept and vision for the exhibition that aligns with your goals and target audience.

Exhibition Design and Layout

Collaborate with production designers to create a compelling exhibition layout. Considering factors such as lighting, sound, display mechanisms and traffic flow to showcase the artworks effectively.

Exhibition Installation and Logistics

Coordinate the installation process, including transportation, handling, and placement of artworks, ensuring the proper arrangement and labelling are in place. Working with the venue staff to finalise installation timelines, access, and any specific requirements.

Running Test Setups

This is the hammer that we record from the field the hammer was examine for DNAConducting tests of the set-up prior to the event to asses any risks and make any changes. Ensuring that things we may need at the venue are functioning properly and troubleshooting any issues that arise.

Visitor Engagement

Developing interactive and educational elements within the exhibition to enhance visitor engagement. This could include audio or paper guides, wall labels, interpretive materials, and interactive displays.

Vendor Management

Identifying and sourcing vendors for any specialised services or custom-built elements required for the exhibition. This may include carpenters, fabricators, lighting specialists, audio-visual technicians, or digital experience providers. Obtaining quotes, evaluating vendors’ capabilities, negotiating contracts, and overseeing their work.

Post-Exhibition Wrap-Up 

Coordinating the de-installation process, ensuring the careful removal and packing of all artworks and any other structures and decor from the venue.

Artwork Selection and Pricing

Selecting artworks that complement the exhibition concept. Suggesting pricing based on audience, market, artist and other factors.


Facilitating the sale of artwork during the exhibition providing a seamless purchasing experience for interested buyers. Handling all aspects of the sales process, including processing transactions, issuing invoices, issuing certificates of authenticity, and arranging for delivery or collection of purchased artworks.

Delivery of Artwork

Managing the smooth delivery of artwork to buyers’ locations, coordinating with dispatch services, overseeing packaging and handling, and ensuring timely delivery to the buyers.

Documentation and Evaluation

Maintaining proper records of all artworks, contracts, and financial transactions related to the exhibition. Developing mechanisms for gathering visitor feedback during the exhibition to assess their experiences and preferences. Tracking attendance and assessing the exhibition’s success against predetermined goals. Preparing a post-exhibition report outlining key outcomes and lessons learned.

Budgeting and Resource

 Management: Developing a budget for the exhibition, taking into account expenses such as artwork acquisition, transportation, installation, marketing, event coordination, and venue fees. Manage the budget effectively throughout the exhibition planning process.

Marketing and Promotion

Developing a comprehensive marketing and promotional strategy to attract visitors and generate awareness about the exhibition. Utilising various channels such as social media, email campaigns, advertising, and partnerships to reach the target audience.

Event Management

Organising and overseeing the exhibition opening and any related events, such as artist talks, panel discussions, or workshops. Coordinate logistics, including invitations, catering, guest list management, and venue setup.


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