Engaging visitor curiosity and increasing appreciation
All Things Written provides a range of interpretive services including:
Interpretive writing is a specialised form of communication which strives to engage with target audiences by building bridges between the known and the unknown when it comes to natural and cultural heritage.
RECENT INTERPRETIVE WRITING PROJECTS:
Interpretive Panel Moveable Mining Heritage - Adelong Falls, Tumut Shire Council - September 2016
Interpretive wall panels and outdoor signs - Calvary Riverina Hospital Wagga Wagga - 2015
Adelong Falls Reserve Interpretive Signage and Panels
Client: Tumut Shire Council
Site: Adelong Falls Reserve, Adelong
Project: This ongoing project (2009-2014) originally involved the research and preparation of written and pictorial content for four viewing platform interpretive signs and four information bay interpretive panels.
In late 2016 All Things Written developed the content and text for a new moveable heritage interpretive panel.
sign During early 2014, All Things Written assisted with the development of on site pedestal signage for the Adelong Falls Reefer Battery ruins.
During 2013, All Things Written developed the written and photographic content for an additional outdoor sign to interpret the impressive stamper battery relocated to the entrance to the historic reserve.
Role: Researched content including heritage photographs and illustrations,prepared sketch overviews of each sign/panel, drafted interpretive for review and approval, packaged all content including map and diagram briefings and liaised with design team to produce signs and panels.
Interpretive panels and sign, Waa Gorge, Mount Kaputar National Park
Client: Parks and Wildlife Division, Narrabri
Project: Researched and developed content for four interpretive panels and wayside signage for Waa Gorge vicinity, Mount Kaputar National Park.
Client: Sydney Olympic Park Authority
Site: RANAD ‘Newington’ site (The Armory), Silverwater NSW
Project: This project involved research and preparation of 15 large format interpretive banners, for The Armory, Sydney Olympic Park Authority, previously the Royal Australian Naval Armament Depot.
Role: Researched, prepared interpretive content and liaised with design team to produce banners interpreting the Navy’s explosives storage, repair and supply industry.
Client: Australian Alps Liaison Committee (joint State & Territory government project)
Project: Researched, developed concept and wrote WildGuide: plants & animals of the Australian Alps for the Australian Alps Liaison Committee (joint State & Territory government project).
Tasks included project management, research, concept, text, illustration, picture research.
Last updated 4 April 2017.