Published Date: 14 December 2020
Tender Status: active
Tender Opening Date: 14 December 2020
Tender Closing Date: 14 January 2021
Award Date: n/a
Contract Start Date: n/a
Contract End Date: n/a
Contract is suitable for SMEs: Yes
Contract is suitable for VCSEs: Yes
Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) Contract Type: Products
Bidders are asked to submit a formal tender for the "Chinese Ceramics display AV Hardware Tender".
We require bidders to submit a tender for the provision of all AV Hardware equipment, the installation of all equipment and the positioning/configuration and connection of all equipment.
Installation is due to commence on or around 8 March 2021 and be completed within two weeks.
The World Cultures Gallery is located on the third floor of the World Museum. It displays the museum's anthropology collections and is the biggest permanent gallery across all of National Museums Liverpool's sites.
The new display is part of the World Cultures Where Next project. The aim of this project is to remodel the World Cultures gallery making it more accessible and engaging for a range of visitors including family audiences, schools, young people, and individuals and groups who self identify with the collections on display. In short, the aim is to create a more inclusive, welcoming gallery that encourages visitors to join in with contemporary debates and conversations.
We are creating a new display inspired by six of the Chinese ceramic objects from the collection and newly commissioned poetry inspired by the objects. The display will be an immersive experience using projection and audio, and we aim to create a 'wow factor' within the gallery.
The Tender Brief (Appendix F) gives a full description of the display and the 3d Model Stills (Appendix G) gives a sense of how the display will look.
Contact name: Ian Lindsay
Address: 127 Dale Street
Price Range: n/a