Press Coverage of Museum Environments’ Latest Project for the Smithsonian Latino Center Gallery

The Smithsonian Latino Center’s first gallery space, the Molina Family Latino Gallery, will be dedicated to celebrating the U.S. Latino experience and open at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in 2021. The gallery, designed by Museum Environments/Branded Environments LLC, will feature 4,500 square feet of bilingual stories for all audiences. Rotating exhibitions featuring multimedia activities, objects and first-person narratives will be complemented by participatory experiences and viewer-generated content.* Smithsonian New Release

NBC News link

A California family's donation leads to the Smithsonian's first permanent Latino gallery

Washington Post link

New gallery will be first in a Smithsonian museum to focus on U.S. Latino experience

Concept design sketch of the entrance experience

El Foro (The Forum) Interactive Oral History space

The "Making Home" exhibit concept design sketch