-5 Articles featuring Exhibit Design-
1.) What about the Whales: Maine Museum and Theatre
Premise: Interactive Installation. 5 Exhibit Components: “ball-toss” to show feeding the whale, a dock watch, a boat watch, underwater and “mini-Gulf.”
2.) Lights, Camera, Color: Maine Museum and Theatre
Premise: To teach children about lights, camera, color from the year 1020 to today.
3.) Noah’s Ark Exhibit at the Skirball Museum in Los Angeles, California
Premise: Getting children involved in the story of Noah by playing, making music, take home project, bask in the glow of rainbow. All of this is made from recycled materials, bottle caps, rearview mirrors, mop-heads.
4.) Visions and Values: Jewish Life from Antiquity to America
Premise: To teach the struggles of Jewish people over a 4,000 year span, and “discover how the visions of our ancestors helped shape our values today.” Includes changing visuals, audio testimonies. http://www.skirball.org/exhibitions/visions-and-values
5.) Investigate Exhibit at the Boston Children’s Museum
Premise: “Notice, Wonder, Question, Play.” Reinforces scientific inquiry through observation, measurement, comparison, discussion and collaboration.