Thank God it’s Friday

Posted on January 23, 2015

A typical Week at SC Exhibitions

Dear Readers, Here is a typical week at SC Exhibitions:

Auf den Spuren Tutanchamuns - von Zahi Hawass
German edition of “Discovering Tutankhamun”

 Monday & Tuesday: 

A trip to Istanbul to prepare for the special edition of The Touring Exhibitions Meeting, which will be from the 10th to the 12th of September. Keep an eye out for our newsletters commencing early March, and stand by for TEM Istanbul to go on sale on 20th April. To stay updated on our news, follow TEM on Twitter
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We’re looking forward to staging this special weekend with our partner and local host, Istanbul Entertainment Group (www.iegturkey.com)

 Wednesday & Thursday: 

My colleague & manager-for-everything-online, Oliver Zietzke (), was busy making “Museum Connections” in Paris, where a gathering of museum professionals came together to discuss the latest technology to make our exhibitions richer, better and fancier. We’re keen to learn what gadgets and innovations he brought home from Paris!
(www.museumconnections.com)

 Friday: 

Discovering Tutankhamun! We’ll be preparing next week’s double lecture with Dr. Zahi Hawass in Johannesburg (27th and 28th of January, accompanying our “Tutankhamun – His Tomb and His Treasures” exhibition at Silverstar). And on 28th of January, the German edition of “Discovering Tutankhamun” will be released by Theiss-Verlag, so the entire team is busy with coordinating the book launch.

 Saturday & Sunday: 

We’ll be working this weekend on the final edit of the 2015 issue of our “SC Exhibitions Magazine”, which will be released in the first week of March.

Interested in joining us? We are currently looking for a Junior Project Manager Marketing to join our Munich team! Check www.semmel.de (in German) on how to apply.

Very best wishes,

Christoph Scholz
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Nicolas de Fer | Port De Constantinople | taken from the book of Maps of Istanbul 1422 – 1922 with kind permission of Denizler Bookstore
Nicolas de Fer – Port De Constantinople – taken from the book of Maps of Istanbul 1422 – 1922 with kind permission of Denizler Bookstore



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