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Contemporary Approaches to the Development of Curatorial Concepts of Transmedia Exhibition Projects ("The Science of Interplanetary Travel" Project)

Student: Anastasiia Przhevalskaia

Supervisor: Ekaterina Lapina-Kratasyuk

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Transmedia Production in Digital Industries (Master)

Final Grade: 10

Year of Graduation: 2019

During this work we studied the extensive list of materials in the field of transmedia storytelling, the presentation of museum content in the digital environment. We analysed methods of transmedia storytelling in digital projects and the experience of the scientific and technical museums in the digital-sphere. We managed to consider the materials connected with real experiments and research in space which in the long term can help people to reach the far away goal – to interplanetary travel. We managed to to select relevant experiments out of the open-for-all materials for the transmedia project. We created the curator concept of the modern transmedia project as a transmedia bible according to Hayes's guideline. We developed characters and the first several episodes, defined target audience and means of work with audience and partners and also figures the timline of the production and the team necessary to make it happen.

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