You’ve heard the old adage, “Variety is the spice of life?” Well, in Exhibit Planning and Design it is essential for creativity. We strive for, and thrive on a diverse range of project styles, locations. Each new opportunity allows us to meet and work with the people who are as passionate about creating, and sharing important history, stories, and information with the public. To us, that sort of inspiration in found in a diversity of locations, cultures, history, and experiences… experiences that inspire us to create exciting, thought-provoking, and story-driven exhibits that stand the test of time.
Exhibit Sizes And Locations
Our projects span from Hawaii and Florida to Oregon and Alaska. They reflect a wide variety of exhibit sizes, as well as many kinds of clients, topics, presentation approaches, learning styles, and audiences. Each project, regardless of size and breadth, receives the same personal attention to detail, and same level of excellent service.
Clients, Partners, Staff & Stakeholders
Our Team excels in our ability to work collegially with our clients, their partners and the people that matter the most to them. It is our capability to work alongside museum management and their staff, board members, stakeholders and interested members of the public that create successful exhibits that reflect the people and the organizations being represented.
A Small Sampling of Our Clients
We have worked on varied projects for many organizations, museums, zoos, California and Oregon State Parks, and federal agencies, including the USDA Forest Service, the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the US Army Corps of Engineers, the Bureau of Land Management, and NOAA.
Our history of clients include the Central Oregon Heritage Center, the Friends of the National Parks at Gettysburg, the State of California, the Oregon Historical Society, the Eudora Welty Education and Visitor Center, the Maidu Interpretive Center and the Museum of the Aleutians.