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Louise Coopman

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‘What’s On’ guides for Royal Museums Greenwich

About this project

Compiling, writing, editing and project managing a quarterly 'What's On' guide, promoting the Greenwich venues and their exhibitions, events and programmes. I was instrumental in the development of these guides bringing coherence to the museums and their offer; they have become a headline piece of print for RMG, showcasing the sites to a wide range of audiences and thus pushing ticket sales and visitor figures. I was solely responsible for collating and re-writing all listings content, writing marketing copy for all areas of the museums' offer, and bringing cohesion to a complex and wide-ranging piece of print. I managed the entire design and print process, balancing internal requirements and customer usability and turning the print around to tight deadlines every three months.


Ships, Clocks and Stars special events

The virtue of coffee

Thurs 23 Oct, 18.30-19.30

Georgian coffeehouses were not just hotbeds of gossip and gambling, they were ‘cauldrons of creativity, innovation and wit’, where the latest discoveries were discussed and debated. Inspired by the coffeehouse in Ships, Clocks and Stars navigate your way through the world of the 18th century café culture, learning about the latest voyages, wisdom and tall tales along the way.

Sextants to satellites

Thurs 30 Oct, from 11.00

A free festival charting the past, present and future of timekeeping, from Harrison’s clocks 300 years ago, to satellite navigation and the quantum future of timekeeping.

Clocking off ‘Late’

Thurs 13 Nov, 18.00-21.00

Delve into the re-imagined world of Georgian London at this period-themed ‘Late’. Try your hand at life size parlour games, quench your thirst with Georgian gin and tonic, design your own wig, and more.