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Natural History Museum brings experiential twist to New Year events

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 © The Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London
As the critically acclaimed Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition opens its doors for the 51st year, the Natural History Museum is giving organisers the opportunity to add an experiential element to events taking place in the New Year with free private viewings.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year has become a staple in the Natural History Museum calendar, with the 2015 showcase featuring more than 100 images that all capture a truthful interpretation of the natural world, with artist composition and technical innovation.

The presentation of the images, which are displayed on sleek back-lit photographic panels, give the gallery a uniquely cinematic effect amid the splendour of the Waterhouse Gallery’s Victorian architecture, a feature that is sure to get the creative juices or organisers flowing with regards wider theming.

This unique opportunity is available for all organisers booking the iconic Hintze Hall or vibrant Earth Hall in November and December for events taking place between 1st January and 31st March 2016.

Lucy Meehan, Senior Events Manager at the Natural History Museum explains: “A private viewing of this spectacular gallery gives people the chance to really explore the space in the exclusive company of colleagues or friends for an event that is sure to inspire and bring people together. The space can be used for an intimate event as well as the perfect reception to a larger scale event, with cocktails and canapés served on arrival, before the guests move to the chosen area for the rest of the evening’s entertainment or business.”

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