Tagged with "exhibit"

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  1. 6 Billion Human Beings (6 millards d'Hommes)

    6 Billion Human Beings (6 millards d'Hommes)

    Review

    by Jim Spadaccini Published May 16 2007

    After seeing the online version of this exhibition, I knew that I needed to see the physical one as well. At the time, I was working for the Exploratorium and was lucky enough to be in Europe on museum business. I remember thinking to myself that this...

  2. Clean Power: The Promise of Fuel Cells

    Clean Power: The Promise of Fuel Cells

    Case Study

    by Jim Spadaccini Published April 09 2007

    Clean Power: The Promise of Fuel Cells is a computer-based interactive exhibit developed by California Science Center and Ideum. The exhibit in-depth information in three basic areas: “How fuel cells work” uses 3D animation to explain the chemical...

  3. The American Image: The Photographs of John Collier Jr.

    The American Image: The Photographs of John Collier Jr.

    Case Study

    by Jim Spadaccini Published May 08 2007

    The American Image: The Photographs of John Collier Jr. was developed with a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Maxwell Museum of Anthropology and College of Education’s Technology & Education Center (TEC) at the University of...

  4. Skyscraper! Achievement and Impact

    Skyscraper! Achievement and Impact

    Review

    by Paul Orselli Published July 20 2007

    Given the monumental scope, both literally and figuratively, of the subject matter, the new Skyscaper exhibition at LSC delivers on both the design and content fronts. The visual design of the gallery is striking. Very large (and tall!)...

  5. P G & E Look Forward Bus

    P G & E Look Forward Bus

    Case Study

    by Mark Walhimer Published April 22 2008

    The PG&E Look Forward Bus travels within California and Nevada to State Fairs, Schools, Museums, Libraries and Press events to educate the kids and families on alternative energy sources, PG&E alternative energy services and how people can make a...

  6. Dialogue in the Dark: An exhibition to discover the unseen

    Dialogue in the Dark: An exhibition to discover the unseen

    Review

    by Diana Issidorides Published May 23 2007

    Few exhibitions have left such a lasting impression on me as the one I couldn't see. I didn't see "Dialogue in the Dark" on a late summer day in 1997. As I entered the exhibition boat docked at the Amsterdam harbour, I was thrown from bright...

  7. The Animated Artwork of Laura Vaccaro Seeger

    The Animated Artwork of Laura Vaccaro Seeger

    Case Study

    by Paul Orselli Published November 20 2008

    Laura Vaccaro Seeger is an award-winning author/illustrator who lives on Long Island. The Long Island-based Nassau County Museum of Art (NCMA) had approached Laura to mount a temporary show of original artwork from her books, but wanted to create an...

  8. Massive Change

    Massive Change

    Review

    by Kathleen McLean Published April 12 2007

    I first saw Massive Change at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto. I had heard about it from staff at the Vancouver Art Gallery, where the exhibition originated, and from all the press materials I received, it sounded like it might be different from...