Markus Dohner

Markus Dohner, National Museum of the American Sailor
Chicago

Members please log in to see contact information.

Markus Dohner is an exhibits designer at the National Museum of the American Sailor. He is also adjunct faculty in, Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology.

Markus Dohner is also owner and lead designer at Markus Dohner Exhibition Design. He collaborates with clients to develop their exhibit ideas to exciting, buildable plans. He creates case layouts, space plans, construction docs, models, and comprehensive design packages, including graphic design. Exhibition planning for all phases of the exhibit process. 2-D as well as 3-D design. Additionally, he offers fabrication and installation services for exhibits that he designs.  As project manager, he helps clients plan, test, and install their exhibits.

Projects include:

  • National Public Housing Museum
  • Chinese-American Museum of Chicago
  • The Brinton Museum, Big Horn, Wyoming
  • Field Museum
  • Chicago Collections Consortium
  • Wilmette Historical Museum
  • Campbell Center for Historical Preservation Studies

Markus also worked at as an exhibition designer at The Art Institute of Chicago and a museum installation manager at the Oriental Institute Museum, University of Chicago.

Markus Dohner's teaching experience includes Exhibit Design and Planning at the Campbell Center for Historic Preservation Studies, and Exhibit Design and Planning at the Campbell Center for Historic Preservation Studies.

View more of Markus Dohner's work at the National Museum of the American Sailor and on his portfolio website. Connect with Markus on LinkedIn and Twitter.

 

Please tell us who you are

Check one
EGD Designer
Other Designer
Fabricator
EGD signage Vendor
Digital Technology Vendor
Client/potential client for an EGD project
Educator
Student
Other

Upcoming SEGD Events

2017 SEGD Branded Environments
2017 SEGD Business of Design
2017 SEGD Academic Summit
Buy your SEGD Firm Listing Now and get visibility amongst the community