Our exhibit at the Colorado State University was reviewed in Exhibition, A Journal of Exhibition Theory & Practice for Museum Professionals. The article, Celebrating Unexpected Exhibits, states:
Displays in the new biology building at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, offer a brilliant example of physical exhibits that connect with users who stumble upon them.
Content feels appropriately dense, yet uncluttered . Images appear striking in clusters and offer intriguing details viewed individually. Specimens embody science and art – often intricately mounted in backlit cases…Unexpecting audiences make connections with the subject matter regardless of their previous experience. As museum professionals, let’s notice and celebrate opportunities to share exhibits in unlikely spaces. Let’s harness the great power of our medium to connect with surprised and delighted users.
View the article here.
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