2014 Exhibitions

Elizabeth Musteen

As the Chief of Exhibit Production in the Office of Exhibits at the National Museum of Natural History, Elizabeth Musteen oversees exhibit maintenance and in-house production of exhibits. In her previous role as senior project manager, she supervised the design and construction the Museum’s major permanent exhibits, including managing the design and fabrication of the 23,000-square-foot Sant Ocean Hall; two multi-award winning exhibits, the Kenneth E.

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Washington D.C.

Q&A With Allan Haley, Monotype

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Allan Haley is Director of Words & Letters for Monotype, the global typeface designer and provider. He’ll be a featured speaker at SEGD’s Exhibition & Experience Design WorkshopAugust 21-22 in Washington, D.C.

He spoke with SEGD recently about type, brand, and the user experience.

What do experiential graphic designers need to know about using type across various platforms, from print and exhibit text to interfaces and display screens?

Design Disciplines Collide at SEGD's Exhibition & Experience Design Workshop

SEGD Exhibition & Experience Design Workshop

August 21-22 in Washington, D.C.

Today, exhibition design is a convergent discipline that borrows elements from retail store design, interpretive wayfinding, storytelling, media, and interaction design. The creatives who develop immersive, compelling exhibition experiences are just as diverse, hailing from the experience design world as well as web development, technology, science, typography, and brand design.

Brad Larson

Brad Larson focuses on digital storytelling that records guests’ experiences in public exhibit spaces.  (See his presentation: “A New Model for Popup Exhibits and Community Storytelling” in the video below).

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Brad Larson Media
Boston

Clare Brown

Clare Brown is the Chief of Design at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History in Washington, DC.

She is an exhibition and graphic designer with 15 years of museum experience in Washington, D.C., New York City, and Massachusetts. Clare was Head of Program for the Masters of Design In Exhibition Design at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University.

Clare Brown, Chief of Design, National Museum of American History, Washington DC
Smithsonian National Museum of American History
Washington D.C.

Allan Haley

Allan Haley is an author, lecturer and expert on all things typographic.

His clients include Monotype, Graphis, the Museum of Printing, The International Society of Typographic Designers and Lynda.com.

Allen Haley
Boston

Andrew Swedenborg

Andrew Swedenborg is Executive Vice President, Business Development for King Retail Solutions. Andrew has over 15 years expertise in national account sales, client relations and corporate development and  focuses on honing strategic vision, developing growth strategies and overall business planning at the award-winning retail design and manufacturing firm. He brings an unparalleled level of energy and enthusiasm to the KRS team. Andrew did his undergraduate work at the University of Denver and received his MBA from the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management.

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Wayne LaBar

Wayne LaBar has twenty five years of experience in museum, and science center planning, project management, creative team leadership, experience and exhibition design and development, implementation, exhibition technology and networking. Current interests are leading organizations to have a greater impact on their communities, developing innovative and new exhibition and public programming, experimenting and advancing the experience and museum field with new paradigms that are shaping our society's means of communicating, and working together.

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Tim McNeil

Tim McNeil is a principal with Muniz/McNeil, a multi-disciplinary design and research practice in Los Angeles. Recent projects include the exhibition Home Lands: How Women Made the West at the Autry National Center, and augmented learning environments for the Huntington Library and Gardens in Los Angeles. Tim McNeil has more than 20 years of professional design experience and was previously a senior designer at the J. Paul Getty Museum, developing more than 70 exhibition, signage and interpretive environments.

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UC Davis (Department of Design )
Sacramento, CA

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