Santa Fe Children's Museum Exhibit Design Project
As co-teacher of the Certificate Program for Interactive Cultural Technology, our department partnered with the Santa Fe Children's Museum to deliver a rich, concept to completion exhibition design. The project consisted of a science of cities exhibit, exterior sister city game pods, and a color palette and interior re-design.
Inaugural Exhibition for the New Mexico History Museum
The Program for Interactive Cultural Technology partnered up with the NM History Museum to propose designs for the Fashioning New Mexico exhibit. Our students worked with content providers, furniture makers, curators, and exhibit designers to pitch three main vignettes: a tie tying kiosk, a corset tying station, and a "magic mirror."
Celebrating 100 years of Crownpoint
Our media arts students created a
multi-media exhibit, ‘100 Years of Navajo History: Celebrating
Crownpoint,’ at the Octavia Fellin Public Library
in Gallup, N.M. The exhibit was created for the Crownpoint Historical and
Cultural Heritage Council and is the first museum-quality exhibit to
feature Crownpoint, located in the Navajo Nation.