Touring exhibitions for hire
Increase visitation and engagement with our award-winning exhibitions.
ACMI creates and produces exhibitions focusing on the ever-expanding universe of the moving image.
Our projects celebrate screen culture in its myriad forms through ideas and unique content, showcasing the processes and artistry behind moving image creation and production across film, TV, videogames, digital culture and art.
Ranging from large scale exhibitions to bespoke smaller scale experiences, our projects have proven audience engagement and appeal, and we are continually developing new touring exhibits for hire.
All exhibitions can be adapted to suit a variety of venues and audiences while flexibly meeting local COVID-19 requirements.
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Exhibitions for hire
Discover how curious Alice inspired revolutionary filmmaking, from ground-breaking special effects and animation to evocative storytelling and technological development.
Explore First Nations storytelling, mythology, language and creativity through the lens of Australia’s critically acclaimed Indigenous, superhero TV series, Cleverman.
We can help you tailor our travelling exhibits to match your location, venue and audience.
Work with our specialist project managers, AV technicians, registrars and other skilled professionals to plan, design, transport and install our exhibitions, regardless of scale and complexity.
Let us share our unique bespoke education, public program and marketing materials as well as access to key creatives and talent to maximise media and engagement opportunities.
For lovers of videogames and design, this highly interactive exhibition reveals how videogames are made and shines a spotlight on key influential makers.
Two-time Archibald Prize winner Del Kathryn Barton and acclaimed filmmaker Brendan Fletcher collaborated to interpret Oscar Wilde’s 19th century classic through art and animation.
See how WWI was presented on the big screen, and how it offered entertainment and escapism to those on the home front.
See how Shaun Tan adapted his best-selling picture book The Lost Thing into an Oscar®-winning animated short film.