2021 Experience Philadelphia

SignAgent

Signage and wayfinding projects are harder than they should be.

Outdated tools and processes have made sign project implementation repetitive, mundane, and error-prone. And communication between project stakeholders is fragmented. Experiential graphic designers, facility managers, and sign fabricators need a better way to manage their wayfinding and signage programs.

Jason Shin

Jason is President of Wonderspaces. He started the company in 2016 after visiting a museum with friends and wondering what an art show that was designed to be a place for quality time with friends and family might look like. He and his team believe that an art show can be of service to its artists, its visitors, and to its team and they are working to better serve these groups everyday. He lives in LA.

Jason Shin
Wonderspaces
Los Angeles

Cynthia Brown

Cynthia Brown began her museum career working with fine art collections, researching, and curating for various arts organizations in Minneapolis. By interpreting collections, she learned the power of a compelling storyline and how to activate a museum experience through hands-on exploration and programming. As an experience producer, she uses all facets available for a resonating experience—interactives, media, programming, objects, scenic environments—to spark the curiosity of museum visitors.

Cynthia Brown
Museum EXP

Raina Mehler

Raina is the Director of Media Arts and an emerging authority in the pioneering field of immersive, experiential, and time-based art. She speaks widely on the topic and has been published in the Australian Registrar Journal, Sculpture Magazine, and online blogs. While working at Pace Gallery, she primarily worked with interdisciplinary art groups and artists who utilize analog and digital technologies as their primary medium. Her role at Superblue continues, working closely with artists on executing their vision from the inception of an idea to the realization of the work on-site.

Raina Mehler
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Lynn Kiang

Lynn Kiang is the co-founder and partner of Dome, an experience design studio in New York City. She is a multi-disciplinary designer and creative director in experience design, graphic design and built environments. As an educator, Lynn is Director of the MPS Communication Design program and Assistant Professor at Parsons School of Design at the New School. Previously she was an experience designer at SYPartners, collaborating with strategists and company leaders in transforming their brand.

Lynn Kiang
Dome Collective

Katie Lee

Katie Lee is the co-founder and partner of Dome, an experience design studio in New York City. Previously she was a creative director at Local Projects, where from 2007 to 2014 she designed multi-media exhibits and interactive experiences for museums, cultural institutions, and public spaces. She began her career working as a print designer for Shapiro Design Associates in New York, then as a web designer for Razorfish in its New York and San Francisco offices.

Katie Lee
Dome Collective

QPC

Based in Carrollton, TX, QPC is a full service powder coating facility with over 20 years experience. QPC is located in a 75,000 square foot facility just minutes off of I-35 East offering a full spectrum of services including media blasting, powder coating, architectural coating, and the new wood grains, natural stone and decorative coatings. We work with a multitude of individuals and companies with diverse needs. We want to provide the best quality application of powder coatings at the fairest price and in the quickest turn-around times to meet your demands.

Joy Bailey Bryant

Joy Bailey Bryant is the President of the U.S. office of Lord Cultural Resources and a specialist in municipal engagement around culture. A certified interpretive planner and outreach facilitator, Joy works with city officials, institutional leaders, and developers, in global municipalities like Chicago; New York; Dhaka, Bangladesh; and Dharan, Saudi Arabia to creatively plan cities and bring people to public institutions.

Joy Bailey Bryant
Lord Cultural Resources

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