Online Forum: Communications considerations for reopening your museum following lockdown

Event Date:25 June 2020 2:00 pm — 25 June 2020 3:00pm

25 June 2020

Format:  online forum (Zoom)

Join arts marketing communications consultant, Jo Finn, for a 60-minute online forum to unpick the communications challenges we all face as we move towards the reopening of museums after the Covid-19 lockdown is lifted.

This small group session (maximum 8 participants) will include:

  • introductions
  • a short talk by Jo exploring some of the communications considerations around reopening (such as internal comms, onsite and digital messaging, reassuring your audiences and adapting your marketing strategy.
  • a group discussion and Q&A.

Participants will be asked to submit questions in advance to help us to tailor the session appropriately.

You can follow up the session with a free, 1-2-1 surgery with Jo Finn to discuss or review your re-opening marketing strategy.

This event is now fully booked. If you would like to be placed on a reserve list, please email

About Jo Finn

Brighton-based freelancer Jo Finn is a CIM-qualified arts marketing professional. With over 20 years’ experience, she has worked with a wealth of cultural venues including the British Museum, Whitechapel Gallery, Wellcome Collection, British Library, Glyndebourne, Charleston House, the Old Royal Naval College and Science Gallery London.

Jo has successfully promoted exhibitions and events, literary and visual arts festivals, education and youth programmes, live music and lates, prizes and funding opportunities, digitisation projects and library archives. She has also worked in web development, ecommerce, publishing, retail, venue hire and partnerships.

Her broad marketing communications skillset ranges from strategy and planning through to hands-on implementation and campaign evaluation.


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