Eric Langham


Eric is an internationally recognised planner of new museums and cultural projects. He is a founding partner of Barker Langham, one of the world’s leading cultural consultancies. Eric directs Barker Langham’s visitor experience work and has provided creative, strategic and curatorial direction for national museums, World Heritage Sites and cultural giga-projects in Europe, Asia and North America. His global portfolio includes creative visioning for major new institutions including the National Museum of Qatar, the House of European History in Brussels, the United Kingdom Holocaust Memorial and the Grand Canal Museum in China.  Eric is a Trustee and former Commissioning Editor for the Association of Heritage Interpretation, a Fellow of the Museums Association, an Associate Fellow at the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies (University of Exeter), an expert advisor to the Foundation for Jewish Heritage and a mentor and expert advisor to UK’s National Lottery Heritage Fund.