The term “visitor-centered” has recently become a hot point of discussion in museum publications, blogs and conferences. Educators have taken the lead in the debate, with marketing and outreach professionals quickly following suit.
As the audience participates with gallery interactives and program activities, they are discovering: “What is it to me?”
Museums have grand ambitions for their visitors. They desire nothing less than truly meaningful experience for their museum-goers. Curators and exhibit developers envision visitors earnestly engaging with the exhibits, and enthusiastically identifying with the values of our institution…. Read More
WETA Around Town panelists join host Robert Aubry Davis to discuss the exhibit “Gateways / Portales” at the Anacostia Community Museum See video
New York City’s Museum of Chinese in America returns to the always-appetizing topic of Chinese food with “Sour, Sweet, Bitter, Spicy,” a highly engaging multimedia installation that digs deep into the cuisine’s cultural impact in the U.S. For… Read More
Peralta’s latest project, the “con rolos” series — or “with rollers” — featuring iconic figures like Celia Cruz, Frida, Wonder Woman and Dora the Explorer, began as a screen-printing project in his studio — and are now a centerpiece of… Read More
Museum Environments LLC is an exhibit design firm committed to creating inspiring visitor experiences and delivering exceptional design services to museums and cultural institutions. Our design approach transforms the museum’s mission and curatorial vision into a visitor-centered experience…. Read More