Tony Guillan

[ Imperial War Museum ]

Tony is an award-winning producer of visual and performing arts and interactive multimedia for cultural institutions.

He managed Tate’s flagship digital commission the IK Prize since its inception in 2013, co-producing world-first museum projects including After Dark (2014), a project that saw global audiences tour the museum at night via camera-equipped robots; Tate Sensorium (2015), an immersive multimedia exhibition allowing visitors to experience artworks through smell, sound, taste and touch; Re-Cognition (2016), an artificial intelligence program that compared the visual characteristics of artworks with those of photojournalism in up-to-the-minute news; and the hugely popular Tate Worlds series of games in Minecraft.

In his current role as Senior Producer at Imperial War Museums, Tony works with colleagues across IWM’s five sites in London, Manchester and Cambridgeshire, and online, to develop live artistic and educational programming about the social impact of past and current conflict.