The National Museum of Ireland has recently launched a tender for exhibition design services across its five sites over a four-year period, estimating the fee total at around £876,000 (€1 million) for the duration.
The initial project will be the development of a new temporary exhibition and interpretative scheme, featuring early medieval insular manuscripts from Switzerland’s Stiftsbibliothek St Gallen. The exhibition is scheduled to open on 28 May 2025 at the National Museum of Ireland’s main building on Kildare Street (central Dublin) and close five months later, on 24 October ’25.
Applications will be evaluated 80% on quality and 20% on cost.
Read the full article on the Design Week website.
The deadline to apply is midday on 22 December 2023.