Orlando’s Holocaust Museum For Hope & Humanity Selects Luci Creative As Exclusive Exhibit Design Partner
The Holocaust Museum for Hope & Humanity, which will be located in downtown Orlando’s “Cultural Corridor,” has selected Luci Creative, a woman-owned museum planning and design firm, as its exclusive exhibit design partner. The new facility will include more than 13,000 square feet of exhibit space and will be designed around survivors’ and witness testimonies from collections of the USC Shoah Foundation.
“We are elated to have Luci Creative join our group of project partners,” said Talli Dippold, CEO of the Holocaust Museum for Hope & Humanity. “Their experience of telling compelling stories that engage, teach, and empower will continue to propel the museum forward as we move into the next phase of planning.”
The Holocaust Museum for Hope & Humanity will be a living narrative that includes the voices of survivors and witnesses who lived through the Holocaust. It will serve to honor those who were lost, to reflect on the power of stories as a legacy that will always be carried, and as a reminder of why people must stand up to antisemitism, hate, and prejudice today.
“We believe that powerful stories drive the human experience. We are thrilled to work with the Museum to develop exhibitions that explore the historical account of the Holocaust through the memories and experiences of those who lived it.” said AJ Goehle, CEO of Luci Creative. “This approach will empower our visitors to gain a heightened self-awareness and a clearer perspective of their place in unfolding history. It will be designed to inspire contemplation about how and when visitors engage in their own communities.”
Last May, the Holocaust Museum for Hope & Humanity released concept renderings of the new museum by architect Beyer Blinder Belle. The Museum’s groundbreaking is planned for late 2024, with a grand opening in late 2026.
To learn more about the Holocaust Museum for Hope & Humanity, its partners, and how you can support the project, visit holocaustedu.org.