What our members think

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Gabriel Thorp Head of Production at JacobsMassey

The AVCF allows me to connect with other like minded individuals and I find it invaluable to be able to share ideas and discuss different ways to advance AV in our different roles.

Jo Saull Head of Technical Services at Science Museum Group

AVCF is a key knowledge hub, a chance to speak with similar end users and visit their amazing venues. A gathering of lovely people who are passionate about delivering great AV experiences in cultural spaces.

Jon Sheldon Audio Visual Production Manager

The AV Cultural Forum are a lifeline for end users like us hidden in our dimly lit basements and projection rooms. Its members have a wealth of experience and knowledge to draw from. I dare you to walk towards the beacon that is AVCF.

Dan Crompton Audio Visual Service Manager at Tate

The AV Cultural Forum provides an essential space for members to share insights into common themes we share as an end user. These resonate across a much wider AV industry, we explore these topics in depth at our events and meetings.  It’s very reassuring to meet fellow colleagues and also fascinating to see how the many challenges are met by them. You think you may be alone in dealing with these.  Not so with AVCF.

Liam Helm AV Services Manager at The Royal Society

You will instantly feel at home with the AVCF. You will find people who share with you the same experiences and interests, both in the workplace and more broadly in their daily lives.