Exhibitions

Edwin Schlossberg

2020 SEGD Fellow

An internationally recognized pioneer in experience design and audience engagement, Edwin Schlossberg launched his career in 1977 with the design of one of the world’s first interactive museums, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum. Since then, he has been at the forefront of design and technological innovation, creating imaginative and unparalleled public experiences that bring audiences together to explore, learn, communicate and collaborate.

Edwin Schlossberg
ESI Design
New York

Joseph Mackereth

Joseph Mackereth is a wayfinding and environmental designer currently working at Philadelphia Sign Company. He is an advocate for the societal benefits of wayfinding and information design.

In his previous role as Environmental and Interactive Designer at Gecko Group, Joseph Mackereth had the opportunity to work with institutions from across the country—developing museum exhibits from the ground up and connecting visitors with the space around them in a profound and inspired way. Joseph also provided interactive design and programming for a variety of digital experiences.

Joseph Mackereth is a Graphic Designer at Gecko Group in West Chester, PA
Gecko Group
Levittown, PA

Kubik

kubik has been producing custom environments, exhibits and events for Fortune 500 companies and global brands for 35 years. kubik preserves the integrity of design working to enhance projects throughout the production journey. Specializing in solution driven project consultancy, kubik provides design development expertise to deliver built-in efficiencies that eliminate scope reductions and achieve fabrication ready designs.

Amelie Bahlsen

Amelie Bahlsen, Designer, Amelie Bahlsten Creative, Washington, DC

She is an experienced designer with a demonstrated history of working in the fashion industry, museum and kitchen world. She is skilled in CAD, Vectorworks, Experience Design, Visual Communication, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign.

Amelie Bahlsen, Designer, Amelie Bahlsten Creative, Washington, DC
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Washington, DC

Alwyn Brownewell

Alwyn Brownewell, Core Design Studio, Houston

Alwyn Brownewell is a positive, well-rounded designer who is passionate about creating meaningful designs that impact my community.

Alwyn Brownewell currently lives in Houston, TX with her husband Matt and their pup named Katsu. When she’s not designing, Alwyn enjoys being outdoors, traveling, and eating lots of food with family and friends.

Alwyn earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in GRaphic Design from the University of Houston, graduating in 2018.

Alwyn Brownewell, Core Design Studio, Houston
Core Design Studio
Houston, TX

Andy Chen

Andy Chen is a Partner at visual identity and graphic design consultancy Isometric Studio, a visual identity and graphic design consultancy based in New York City. The studio collaborates with cultural institutions, startups and nonprofits including the US Agency for International Development, Columbia Business School, Soros Fellowships for New Americans and Rhode Island School of Design.

Andy Chen, Partner at Isometric Studio
Isometric Studio
Brooklyn, NY

Bonnie Higgins

Dr. Bonnie Higgins joined Bemidji State University’s (BSU) College of Business, Technology and Communication in August of 2002. She is a Professor in the Department of Technology, Art & Design and is currently serving as the Chair of the Department.

Dr. Higgins teaches Art & Design courses with a focus on Exhibit Design.  Courses taught include: Principles of Design, Photography, Intro to Exhibit Design, Exhibit Design Tradeshow and Advanced Exhibit Design.

Bonnie Higgins, Professor at Bemidji State University
Bemidji State University
Bemidji, MN

John Temple

John Temple is a Partner at Hunt Design, a graphic design consulting firm specializing in environmental graphics and exhibit design for public spaces, parks, museums, attractions, retail projects, entertainment centers, hospitality and multi-use developments.

John Temple, Partner of Hunt Design
Hunt Design
Los Angeles

Abigail Sarver-Verhey

I am an exhibition developer, designer, project manager, science communicator, dinosaur nerd, collector of crazy shoes, and more. It is my wide range of interests that originally drew me to museum exhibitions and the opportunity they provide to dive into new subjects with each new project. While the topic may jump from gravity to Giganotosaurus to gingham, I am always passionate about creating dynamic, hands-on educational experiences that make ideas more accessible, engaging, and fun.

Abigail Sarver-Verhey, University of the Arts
University of the Arts
Philadelphia

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