Ian has led the research, development and staging of more than 40 museum exhibitions and outreach displays. This page lists a number of the museum-based shows. It also gives some idea of the range of his interpretative work, and his penchant for distinctive titles!

Chichester District Museum

2007 Saxonland – the Saxons & Sussex
2005 The English Channel/La Manche – the history and natural history of the Channel (an exhibition linked to SeaBritain 2005)
2005 Money – an exhibition about Wealth, Poverty, War, Peace, Greed, Charity, Faith, Superstition, Politics, Propaganda, Gambling, Hope, Ha’pennies and MONEY
2004 What Did the Ancient Greeks Ever Do for Us? – ancient Greece and its legacy
2003 Building Chichester – the architectural history of the city from the Romans to the
20th century
2002 Meet Your Ancestors – bodies, body image and burials in ancient times

Littlehampton Museum

2001 2001 & All That – past visions of the future
2001 Littlehampton Here & Now – an exhibition about the contemporary town
2000 Complete re-display of the refurbished Littlehampton Museum galleries (with Rebecca Fardell and designer Peter Ney)
1999 The Picture Show – Littlehampton Museum’s art collection
1998 Space – the Real Frontier – a history of space travel
1997 Red Sky at Night – Weather & History
1997 Flint & Brick – the buildings and building history of Littlehampton
1996 Flames & Sparks – a history of electricity & gas in Littlehampton
1996 150 Years on the Line – Littlehampton & the South Coast Railway
1995 The Great War and a Small Town – Littlehampton and the First World War
1995 Life – the first 3,800 million years… or so – geology & natural history
1994 Treading the Boards – theatre & cinema in Littlehampton
1994 Women of Littlehampton – history of women in the town from the 18th century
1994 The Time Machine – a history of science fiction
1993 Flying Past – a local history of aviation
1992 Victorians

Mary Rose Trust

1992 Maths + Science = Mary Rose – interactive maths & science exhibition aimed at schools
1991 The Army-by-Sea – Henry VIII’s Navy