In the 'early days' our exhibitions were often of short duration - and in someone else's premises - but now that we have our own home, we have the luxury of mounting bigger exhibitions, lasting for months rather than days or weeks.
We opened in Burntisland, with a short 'taster' in 2005. The building was still in a dire condition, but we managed to produce a display entitled WW2 - 60 years On, in time for the 60th anniversary of VE Day which saw the end of hostilities in Europe. This allowed us to meet the local people for the fist time, and gain insight into their reactions, which were very positive and favourable!
In 2006, we had Get the Picture! a television exhibition, dedicated to the memory of John Logie Baird, who died 60 years previously .... during the course of this exhbition, we were honoured and delighted to welcome to the exhibition, and also as members of the Foundation, Baird's daughter Diana and two of his grandchildren!
Our exhibition in 2007, From Big Band to Broadband traced the development of home entertainment technology, from cylinder graphophone to iPod and allowed us to show the extent of our collection.
The very exciting Chips with Everything in 2008 celebrated 50 years of the silicon chip and 60 years of the transistor.