Showcase a Hidden Gem
The Aga Khan Museum was looking to host a client event where they could showcase their property to meeting and event professionals as a unique venue space that could be transformed for attendees in various ways. With the museum’s mission to connect communities through art, they turned to Freeman Audio Visual Canada to help communicate this message to attendees, while providing an exciting way for their guests to tour their property.
Enhance Features with Technology
Using technology as a medium for art, the Aga Khan Museum entrusted Freeman Audio Visual Canada to come up with five activations that could act as a guide for attendees to explore their space, while inspiring attendees to envision hosting their own events at the museum. The Freeman team worked collaboratively with the Aga Khan Museum to develop the event’s concept – Inspired. This became the guiding principle for developing the activations for the event.
Event Activations That Engage
Freeman created unique activations that were stationed at various parts of the museum. Digital signage was used as wayfinding to guide attendees through parts of the tour and Freeman engaged their partner, TimePlay to provide attendees with an interactive competition in a meeting room upstairs. Freeman’s set shop designed a custom art display that perfectly matched the craftsmanship of the exhibit room while using LED technology to display digital content. A custom hologram was designed for the theatre space and live art was projection mapped on the outside of the building to highlight the museum’s beautiful architecture.
The Aga Khan Museum was thrilled with Freeman’s strategic partnership and how we were able to develop an engaging event experience for attendees that enabled the museum to achieve its goal of showcasing their venue space and connecting people through art. As a result of the event, attendees were exposed to new and innovative technology in an artistic way while exploring a venue they could consider for a variety of future events.