What I do, where I work
I’m a freelance exhibition designer and developer in Los Angeles. Current projects include exhibitions at the Skirball Cultural Center, Pacific Asia Museum, and the Norton Simon Museum. Recent projects include “Beautiful Science” and “Plants are up to something” at the Huntington. I started my museum career as an educator at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum.
Senior Exhibition Developer at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
More about me
I have a master’s degree in architecture. I love cycling, reading, laughing, and (trying to make) beautiful things.
by Karina White Published June 22 2009
"Beautiful Science" is a permanent, 2500sf library exhibition that aims to present highlights from the history of science in intriguing and accessible ways. Our primary goal: To make a (truly) engaging library exhibition, bringing the books &...
by Karina White Published May 22 2007
Plants Are Up To Something is a 16,000 square-foot exhibition full of spectacular plants and interactive exhibits. Our big idea: Use your scientific skills of observation, comparison, measurement, and analysis to understand the amazing things that...