At Monadnock, we design and produce powerful and provocative media experiences for museums, cultural, and educational institutions. We create innovative installations that engage audiences and tell captivating stories. We know what media is effective in a variety of settings, and we work closely with designers and clients to seamlessly integrate media into the visitor experience.
We believe that content should drive the media experience. Our deep commitment to storytelling, combined with our knowledge of technology, results in novel and engaging experiences in every media form: interactive environments, immersive theaters, multiplayer games, XR, and more. We pride ourselves on making one-of-a-kind, signature installations that defy categorization and leave lasting impressions. We’re always collaborating to come up with new media forms to meet new interpretive challenges.
At Monadnock, we choose projects that allow us to tell stories that celebrate and uplift unheard voices. We seek to diversify the narratives people experience in museums and historic sites. And we challenge ourselves to think and act in ways that reflect a commitment to racial equity and social justice, both personally and professionally.
Media Master Planning and Design
During Media Master Planning, Monadnock works with project teams to brainstorm potential exhibits, craft interpretive goals, and identify the most appropriate mix of media forms. In the design phases, we fully flesh out the concepts, detailing content, style, and presentation technology in preparation for production. Our commitment to inclusivity includes applying principles of universal design in all of our projects.
Monadnock provides full production and post-production services, including research, scripting, location shooting, editing, animation, UI/UX design, motion graphics, and programming.
We design technical systems, specify equipment, and develop software that can withstand the rigors of the museum environment. We play a key supervisory and coordinating role between the technical systems integrator, the exhibit fabricator, the electrical engineer/contractor, and others to ensure that the media-related infrastructure is in place, the technology is properly installed, and the entire system works as intended.