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Karen Polesky is currently enrolled in the Museum Studies Masters Program at Johns Hopkins University. Karen is also a Senior Museum Exhibit Graphic Designer at The PRD Group in Chantilly, Virginia.
Karen Polesky worked as the lead graphic designer on the following PRD Group museum exhibit projects: Projects include the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum permanent exhibit; Washington & Lee University, Lee Chapel Museum, and Washington Hall; East Tennessee Historical Society, "Voices of the Land: The People of East Tennessee", Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibits (SITES), "The Working White House: 200 Years of Tradition and Service"; Jamestown Settlement, "The World of 1607"; Smithsonian National Postal Museum, "Postal Inspectors: The Silent Service"; Yorktown Victory Center, "Declaration of Independence," and "Legacy of Yorktown: Virginia Beckons" galleries; Virginia Historical Society, "American Visions of Liberty & Freedom" and "Jamestown, Quebec, Santa Fe: Three North American Beginnings" traveling exhibits; United States Botanic Gardens, "Celebrating America's Public Gardens: Green Today, Growing Tomorrows"; Mount Auburn Cemetery Visitors Center; Maryland Historical Society, "Looking for Liberty: An Overview of Maryland's History"
Before the PRD Group Karen Polesky worked for the D/G DIG Studios as a Senior Project Designer and Apple Designs as an Environmental Graphic Designer.
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See Karen Polesky's work at The PRD Group.