Building Exhibition Panels
There are many ways to construct exhibition panels in-house for temporary exhibits. Here are three options to consider in your museum.
Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle
In the 1920s silent film star Colleen Moore commissioned a magnificent miniature castle to raise money for children’s charities. It is now on display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago.
EXHIBIT REVIEW - Wedded Perfection
This amazing selection of bridal gowns spans three centuries and explores the culture and fashion of the American wedding.
EXHIBIT REVIEW -- Diana, A Celebration
What an awe-inspiring experience to see this fantastic exhibit about Princess Diana´s life!
EXHIBIT REVIEW -- Kimono as Art
If you’re anywhere near Canton, Ohio, you need to check out this amazing exhibit of Itchiku Kubota´s work!
EXHIBIT REVIEW – Connecting to Your History
This exhibition explores the personal meaning of objects, why we save the things we keep, and how to preserve a variety of materials. It could be replicated in any history museum!
EXHIBIT REVIEW – Controversy
Five artifacts. Brief labels. Powerful message.
EXHIBIT REVIEW – Fashion Timeline
The permanent – yet ever changing – exhibition Fashion Timeline features iconic fashions from the world-renowned collection of the Kent State University Museum.
EXHIBIT REVIEW – Green Revolution
This new kind of traveling exhibition explores “green themes” that can help museum visitors and the planet become healthier!
EXHIBIT REVIEW – Norman Rockwell
This traveling show is a must-see. Is it coming to a museum near you?
EXHIBIT REVIEW – Once Upon a Dime
Did you know that tobacco, beaver pelts, and cocoa beans were once used as currency? This fun, educational traveling exhibit will teach you all about money!
EXHIBIT REVIEW – Something of Splendor
This Smithsonian exhibition of White House decorative arts features pieces that have never been displayed in a modern gallery setting before.
EXHIBIT REVIEW – The White House Garden
This traveling exhibition tells the story of the White House grounds, from Thomas Jefferson’s original plans to First Lady Michelle Obama’s vegetable garden.
EXHIBIT REVIEW – The Working White House
The Working White House provides a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the inner workings of the President’s home. Is a museum near you hosting this traveling exhibit?
EXHIBIT REVIEW – Tying the Knot
As part of its efforts to revitalize interest in its collections, the Western Reserve Historical Society in Cleveland recently opened a new exhibition of wedding dresses called “Tying the Knot.”
Princess Diana’s Wedding Gown on Exhibit
This exhibition celebrating the life and work of Diana, Princess of Wales is on view in the United States once again! Learn more about the "People's Princess" at this fabulous exhibition!
PRODUCT REVIEW - Kodak PhotoTex Plotter Paper
Kodak just introduced a new kind of paper that will have curators jumping up and down with delight!
The Power of Artifacts
Yoko Ono recently tweeted a photo of John Lennon’s bloody glasses to protest gun violence. Sometimes an artifact is worth a thousand words.
Using Letters in Exhibitions
Sometimes the most power words aren’t the ones you write yourself.
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