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La Veneria Reale– Developed the programming concepts and business plan for a major museum of UNESCO World Heritage Sites at La Venaria Reale outside Turin.
MOCA, Cleveland– AEA worked with the staff on business and operational planning for their 34,000 square foot new museum facility designed by Foreign Office Architects that opened in fall 2012 to critical acclaim.
South Street Seaport– AEA is developing the plans for a new large-scale performing arts space as part of the redevelopment of Pier 17 in Lower Manhattan.
CERN– We advised on the development of OPEN CERN, promoting public understanding of its work, the relevance of “big science” to our daily lives, and the continued importance of public investment in it.
Global Cultural Districts Network– Fostering cooperation and knowledge-sharing between those responsible for cultural districts and helping to ensure that these projects are vital assets for their communities.
Drawing Center– We worked with The Drawing Center on business and operating planning for prospective relocation to the planned cultural center at the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan.
Australia Museum + Powerhouse Museum– Delivered a study for the Ministry for the Arts of New South Wales that examined the pros and cons of different models of cooperation between the Australian Museum and Powerhouse Museum.
Kasparov Chess Foundation– We delivered a feasibility study for a potential Chess Center in New York City to raise the profile of chess and increase its teaching in schools.
Arts Centre Melbourne– AEA delivered a significance assessment of the performing arts collection of one of Australia's most distinguished performing arts organizations.