History Exhibits

A. Quinn Jones Museum and Cultural Center

‘Prof’ Jones was a prominent black educator in Gainesville, FL.  He was principal of the first fully accredited high school for African Americans in Alachua County, and the second one in the state.  The museum tells the story of Jones; the historic black high school he founded, Lincoln High School; the Civil Rights Movement in […]

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The Florida Aquarium 20th Anniversary Project

The Florida Aquarium wanted a way to celebrate its 20th birthday with their guests.  And they had six weeks to design, fabricate and install the celebration space.  And their design staff was overwhelmed with other projects.  MAM Exhibit Design and her creative and fabrication team jumped on the project with gusto.  The project was connected, […]

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St. James Church Project

The St. James Church is in the heart of the new Encore urban renewal project in Tampa, FL.  The church, built in 1921, has been abandoned since the mid 1990s.  It is being restored to be used as a computer learning lab, but ultimately as a museum that tells the history of African Americans in the […]

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Napoleon: An Intimate Portrait

Napoleon:  An Intimate Portrait – Rebranded to: Treasures of Napoleon The traveling exhibit traced the arc of the Emperor’s life from notations in his military schoolbooks to his last will and testament. Napoleon Bonaparte’s personal gifts to his family were highlighted in addition to his brilliant battlefield strategies. The exhibit contained paintings by artists such as […]

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Tampa Firefighters Museum, Tampa, FL

The building was originally a fire station, home to horse-drawn equipment a century ago. The small budget for the start-up museum of 6,000 sf was a challenge well met with exhibits, interpretive panels, children’s area activities, a restored watch booth and a memorial room. Architectural relics on the walls, floors and ceilings of the building […]

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