- Crossing the bridge and back again - what going client-side taught Laura Crossley
- Welcome to the team, Laura
- A Different View appointed to BFI
- Royal Hospital Chelsea
- The arts sector and city spaces: an unlikely alliance?
- Celebrating our outdoor clients on World Wildlife Day
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A Different View were recently thrilled to announce the appointment of Laura Crossley. Before joining the team, Laura made the transition from consultant to holding senior leadership positions client-side, before switching back to the consulting world in joining A Different View.
Experiencing projects, organisations, and consultancy work from both sides of the coin has taught Laura a lot, and she's been kind enough to provide some of the most influential learnings she will take into her new role.
Laura has over a decade of experience working in museums, heritage and the arts. She specialises in visioning, strategic planning, visitor experience, audience development, evaluation, partnership development, programming, and interpretation. She is also a skilled trainer and facilitator and an experienced fundraiser.
Laura has recently worked in a senior leadership role as Head of Content at the National Football Museum in Manchester, where she was responsible for leading the strategic development of collections, exhibitions, digital, learning and public programming.
Laura joins the
We’re proud to have been appointed by BFI and the BFI National Archive. Our work will support the development of an ambitious vision by BFI to become the world’s most innovative moving image archive by 2033.
The BFI National Archive has one of the largest and most significant film and television archive collections in the world. At the centre of the project is a wish to make the collection, together with newly emerging screen culture, more accessible both physically and
A Different View are proud to have been appointed to Royal Hospital Chelsea to support the application of a Round 2 National Lottery Heritage Fund bid worth £3.1 million. We will work collaboratively with senior leadership to produce a 3 year business plan for a proposed new on-site heritage Visitor Centre.
The Chelsea Pensioners
The Royal Hospital Chelsea, home to the world famous Chelsea Pensioners is a retirement and nursing home for over 300 veterans of the British Army. They’re known for
Lockdowns, restrictions, and their subsequent changes in consumer shopping behaviour have deepened the blow that UK City Centre spaces have been subject to over the last 5-10 years.
The loss of over 17,500 high street shops in 2020 has led the public to question whether the high-street truly is dead, or is it waiting for a resuscitation that can reverse the trend and bring life to city spaces once more.
Previous research results, produced in partnership with Leisure Development Partners (LDP) and
In November, we recognised our industry’s contributions to achieving COP26’s ambitious goals. From the Science Museum Group shedding light on electric vehicles, to Marwell Zoo’s Carbon Reduction Plan, there are some giant leaps being made towards successful completion of the targets outlined in Glasgow last year.
The same can be said for wildlife, and this World Wildlife Day we want to take a moment to celebrate some of our past clients that are continually contributing to the preservation and development of