When you plan to change a place, interpretation is an effective focus for mitigation, engagement and renewed place-making. Interpretive strategies and plans are often required as a condition of development consent. Artefact’s extensive experience in developing tailored interpretation enables the stories of heritage places to be creatively explored through a range of engaging digital and physical media.
Effective interpretation can build connections between people and places in meaningful ways. We’ll work with you to develop effective and captivating interpretive approaches that fit with your project’s specific requirements and budget. Interpretation can take many forms, including:
displays and signage
artworks and in-ground elements
adaptive re-use of artefacts and architectural elements
publications and brochures
trails and open days
websites and apps.
audio-visuals and interactives.
Our in-house team includes specialists in interpretation, museums, communications and editing, as well as archaeologists, Aboriginal cultural heritage specialists, historians and built heritage experts. We also frequently collaborate with designers, architects and artists to deliver visually and physically engaging results.
Strategy and delivery
We provide specialist heritage interpretation services in historical and Aboriginal cultural heritage and archaeology, including:
heritage interpretation strategies
heritage interpretation plans
publications and programs
stakeholder consultation and community engagement
content development across physical and digital media