July 7, 2021
The future of museums, historic sites, cultural centers, and other memory institutions is in creating unique experiences – not just ‘spaces’. Post-pandemic audiences will demand that the space is safe, for sure. But, more than that. The experience should truly engage imagination, emotions, and the senses to create a customer journey that brings guests back again.
The multi-disciplinary team at Sea to Sky Immersive Studios works in collaboration with clients to create multi-sensory, experiential storytelling for small groups in museums and historical venues to enable the space to stay accessible, and to thrive – pandemic or no pandemic.
In this webinar, S2S Studio’s award-winning team of Creative Director, Joel Grinke, Lighting Designer Brad Trenaman, and Writer/Producer Bill Allman will take you through the process of how they create immersive experiences – combining the best of theme park ‘wow’ and turn-key ease of installation to attract and engage a new audience for a post-pandemic – or lingering pandemic world.
Sea To Sky projects vary in scale and budget, but all projects follow a proven creative process and seamless execution. You’ll discover how they create breakthrough experiences for historical buildings and public spaces by taking you through the approach for current projects. You’ll learn about how they collaborated with Vancouver’s Roedde House last holiday season to create a unique, memorable, (and profitable) experience that they are re-mounting, and building on this year – with a returning Christmas installation, and a new fall installation. Come to this informative, energetic, and engaging session – followed by Q&A, and imagine how you could apply this cutting-edge approach in your space.