I am fortunate to design exhibit panels for my former employer, including for feature exhibits, smaller exhibits displayed in hallway spaces, outdoor spaces, and matching the look of travelling exhibits for additional local content. In 2021 this was expanded to include design of an exhibit catalogue.
For examples of marketing related and special project work, see the Other Projects page.
EXHIBIT TITLES ONLY
TRAVELLING EXHIBIT ADDITIONS
2019 | World’s Imagined
This travelling exhibit needed intro panels based on designs incorporated in the exhibit guide. The panels were printed on Mylar and backlit in a structure resembling an open book.
| Escape! Internment in Canada, 1914–1920 view online exhibit
| Peter Fidler & Mapmaking
TOP IMAGE: Galt Museum & Archives at night
Photo: May Atlas
Click the images below to view exhibit details:
Look mom, I made a book! This 80-page catalogue accompanies the Lethbridge Eats exhibit (originally scheduled for 2020, now showing in the summer of 2021).
The Galt Museum has operated nearby Fort Whoop-Up since 2016. Before the Fort was put under new management by the City of Lethbridge, I was asked to assist the Galt with a marketing plan to include in the successful proposal, and with website updates once the Fort was handed over. I then designed the new indoor and outdoor interpretive signage. Annual additions to the Fort’s interpretive spaces means ongoing signage design.
| Pockets of Possibilities
| Piikanikoan: Living Under a Blackfoot Sky
| Swing! Music of the Home Front view online exhibit
| Inqueeries: 2SLGBTQ+ Histories of Southwestern Alberta
| It Pays to Shop at Eaton’s view online exhibit
| St. Michael’s: 90 Years of Compassionate Care
| The Way We Worked
| Connecting Community
| On Guard, Lethbridge! view online exhibit
| Bruce Bairnsfather: Voice of the Soldiers view online exhibit
| Soar! History of Gliding in Southwestern Alberta view online exhibit
| Pandemic at Home: The 1918-19 Flu (also shown in Cardston, Alberta) view online exhibit
| The Galt[s]
| Vimy Ridge
| How Does Your Garden Grow?
| Creating Community
| Fire & EMS