Register to NEMO Webinar on Emotion Design and making museums meaningful

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On 17 October from 11:00-12:00 CEST, the next NEMO Webinar will take place. Pepijn Wilbers, Studio Louter, will explain how to use Emotion Design to create well-crafted exhibitions that evoke meaningful emotions in museum visitors.

Have you ever been deeply moved by a film or laughed out loud while reading a novel? Those were probably great stories. These powerful stories have the ability to touch our emotions and leave a lasting impact on us. Similarly, a well-crafted exhibition can achieve the same effect. Studio Louter has developed a structured approach called Emotion Design, which aims to evoke meaningful emotions in museum visitors. NEMO has invited them to host a webinar to explore the method in depth and connect it to the significant challenges that museums are currently facing.

  • Register to the webinar
  • Participation is free of charge, but registration is mandatory. The webinar is limited to 200 participants on a first come, first serve basis.

In a rapidly changing world, how can we effectively convey a message? How do we create compelling stories that resonate with a diverse audience? And, most importantly, how do we design narratives that truly touch and move our visitors? Join the discussions on 17 October to learn more.

Meet the speaker

Pepijn Wilbers (1971) has more than 20 years of experience in the museum world. He built Studio Louter into a successful content design studio for museums. With a background in history, advertising and film making, Pepijn is an expert in developing concepts and AV productions that turn a museum visit into an unforgettable experience.