African Americans have always been an integral part of the U.S. military, though their contributions often went unrecognized and they lacked the very human rights they fought for. Black servicemembers fought... read more →
The Seminole Experience gallery—the central introductory area—uses evocative media to present the Museum’s three primary themes. Visitors choose their own pathways through the exhibitions.
FREEDOM IS feeling accepted Mia Maye Niagara Falls, NY Photos: Copyright 2018 Kim Smith Photo and Seth Frankel/Studio Tectonic (no rights/permissions granted)
A savage, desperate attempt to drive a wedge between Tanzanians and Americans, between the Tanzanian government and the American government, between peoples of different faiths, instead revealed and reinforced a... read more →
Evaluation and testing have been critical aspects of the exhibit planning and design. A complete temporary exhibit serves to bring the public a new interpretive approach to the site, yet... read more →
…the most successful exhibit the Boulder History Museum has ever had on display. Attendance to this exhibit broke all records and we were honored to receive two very prestigious awards…... read more →
Through the course of 10-days of fieldwork, site visits and stakeholder workshops, Studio Tectonic built a comprehensive concept plan that addresses: Define institutional objects, mission and vision Audience assessment Overall... read more →
Within the exhibition the International Center for Transitional Justice provided powerful video content that tells the stories of five individuals impacted by the work of the Special Court. A professional paper... read more →