How Exhibit Spaces Can Change Roles
Watch this video to see how an exhibit designed to move can transform a gallery. The challenge was to create an interactive exhibit and a changeable gallery suitable for community events. Our solution was to make this substantial installation easily moveable so that a small staff can quickly relocate the cases and graphics. The curved walls pivot on theater quality caster wheels that lock and level in place, securely hidden from the public.
Curved exhibit walls showcase the history of Fall River which was one of the most prosperous mill towns of New England
Our client, the Department of Conservation and Recreation, had the vision to educate visitors about the history of Fall River which was one of the most prosperous mill towns of New England and a to provide a community gallery and meeting space. Visitors can explore artifacts and a variety of interactives and minutes later a community event can be held where the public can create their own history.
Interactive exhibits engage visitors with the content
Ed Malouf and Carol Lieb at Content Design Collaborative create flexible spaces. Moveable exhibits give you the ability to host events at your museum within minutes. Let’s talk about how we can help make the best use of your space.
Artifacts cases are secure and move quickly with the exhibit walls to transform the gallery
Special thanks to our actors: Scott Kamp, Liz Chapin, and Bezzie
Exhibit Design: Ed Malouf and Carol Lieb, Content Design,