Galt Museum & Archives

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.

For examples of marketing related and special project work, see the Other Projects page.


  • Galt Museum outdoor exhibit panel


Click on the titles below to view the exhibit:

places and traces
recollecting home

Uncovering Secrets: Archaeology in Southern Alberta
Auschwitz: The Eva Brewster Story



| Piikanikoan: Living Under a Blackfoot Sky

| Pockets of Possibilities

| Swing! Music of the Home Front

2019 | Inqueeries: 2SLGBTQ+ Histories of Southwestern Alberta

| Eaton’s

| St. Michael’s: 90 Years of Compassionate Care

| The Way We Worked 

| Connecting Community

2018 On Guard, Lethbridge!

| Bruce Bairnsfather: Voice of the Soldiers

2017 | Pandemic at Home: The 1918-19 Flu
(also shown in Cardston, Alberta)

| The Galt[s]

| Vimy Ridge 

2016 | How Does Your Garden Grow?

| Creative Community

2015 | Fire & EMS


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

| Peter Fidler & Mapmaking

Fort Whoop-Up The Galt now operates the Fort just down the hill, and I was asked to design the new interpretive signage. Annual additions to the Fort’s interpretive spaces means ongoing interpretive signage design. In 2015 I was also asked to assist the Galt with adding a marketing plan to the Fort Whoop-Up proposal, and with website updates before the new site went live.

Galt Museum & Archives at night
Photo: Mason Hoffos