History Exhibits

Green Gold – Farming in the Winter Garden Region, Uvalde, TX

In 1,600 sf, we tell the story of farming in the Winter Garden Region of Texas – from the critical resource of water to how the area marketed its farmland. Layered graphics, quotes, artifacts, interactives and an antique slot machine are all used to convey the story to the visitor. Weisman Museum of Southwest Texas […]

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JFK: Let Us Begin

From JFK’s early childhood to his untimely death and ongoing legacy, this traveling exhibit told the private and public life of an iconic American President. It included a replica Oval Office, model PT Boat and many murals. 300+ artifacts/12,000 sf, displayed in the following locations: Gaylord Opryland Hotel Nashville, TN Tropicana Hotel Atlantic City, NJ […]

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Florida Cattleman, Tampa, FL

Cattle ranching in Florida is different that in other places. The native cattle are smaller and better suited to the climate. This exhibit traces the history of cattle ranching to present day. This traveling exhibit now has its permanent home at the Florida State Fairgrounds, installed in a repurposed exhibition space. We served as preparators, […]

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Baseball as America, St. Petersburg, FL

This large traveling exhibit from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum showcased America’s deep love for baseball. The challenge was to reconfigure galleries built for the JFK exhibit with as little change as possible. We moved some gallery openings, tore down half of the Oval Office replica, and hired excellent mural painters. 500+ […]

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History of the Red Cross, St. Petersburg, FL

The American Red Cross, established over a hundred years ago in St. Petersburg, has a history of caring and responding in disasters. The chapter had boxes and boxes of photographs, documents and artifacts to construct the history of the Red Cross in the region. Volunteers fabricated the exhibit and it traveled to venues in the […]

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