Eureka! sparks bright ideas with Spinning Clock to celebrate 25th anniversary
Eureka! The National Children’s Museum has appointed Spinning Clock to promote their 25th anniversary and design a digital solution, collecting visitors’ stories celebrating interactive education.
Eureka! is the only children’s museum in the UK, with learning and play at the heart of their mission. After 25 years of educating and providing interactive engaging days out for families, Eureka! will be holding an anniversary event co-ordinated by Spinning Clock. 25 new ambassadors have also been appointed, including James Milner, Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE and the Brownlee brothers to add to the online platform.
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Ruth Saxton, arts project co-ordinator at Eureka! said: “In our 25th Anniversary year, it was crucial that we partnered with an agency who understood that we didn’t just want to reach our visitors but to ensure that they felt personally involved and excited to engage digitally. Spinning Clock worked closely with us to create a platform for the curation of a variety of digital stories from our ambassadors, visitors and stakeholders, which in the sum of their parts help to tell the story of Eureka’s first 25 years, its impact and aspirations for the future.”
David Lister, director at Spinning Clock commented: “When I saw the brief it was clear there was huge potential to push creative boundaries both for the event and for Eureka’s desire to capture the stories of its visitors. Our approach includes a digital solution and experiential event to really drive the message.”
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