Engage, excite and educate. Museum exhibitions must address wide-ranging goals.
Our March program features people who collaborate to create exhibitions. Come hear their stories about how they work with museum staff to create an exhibition’s story employing out-of-the box thinking and strategies.
Brianna Cutts, principal at The Sibbett Group and Adjunct Instructor at John F. Kennedy University. The Sibbett Group collaborates with emerging museums and established institutions to craft sensory-rich exhibit experiences.
Tim Phillips, owner and principal at Gyroscope, Inc., an award-winning museum planning, architecture and exhibit design studio based in Oakland, CA. He works with a design philosophy based on interdisciplinary learning and active research.
Jessica Strick, Exhibit Developer at the Exploratorium who works with The Exhibit Designs for Girls’ Engagement (EDGE) project to identify the most important design attributes for engaging girls at STEM exhibits.
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