David Johnson is the founder and president of Mind Opera. He graduated from the Brooks Institute of Photography and has worked with leading brands since 1994, when he started Mind Opera. David oversees a studio with roots in photography, film and marketing communications. Because of this background, Mind Opera balances the science of new technology with the art of visual storytelling and branding. Our understanding of composition, timing, lighting, music and venue dynamics helps to bridge the design process and deliver emotional experiences for display on multiple screens.
The Museum at Bethel Woods takes a look back at Woodstock and the peace, love, and rock n’ roll era that made it possible.
The rolling hillsides surrounding Route 17B in rural Sullivan County, New York, don’t appear much changed since 1969, when 400,000 young people gathered at Max Yasgur’s 600-acre farm to hear songs about Vietnam and social inequality.
At Liberty Science Center, visitors use technology and new media to interact with—and even change—museum content.
In a world where science and technology dramatically affect our everyday lives—think global warming, pandemic disease, and nanotechnology—science museums share the critical mission of educating visitors to make good choices about the way they live, work, and play.
In 2005, New Jersey’s Liberty Science Center looked in the mirror and faced the fact that it wasn’t up to the task.
Oscar Fernandez represented education as the education committee chair on the SEGD Board of Directors from 2011-2014.
Oscar is an Associate Professor and the coordinator of the new Graphic Communication Design program at the School of Design, College of DAAP, UC. The program primarily focuses on visual communications, interaction design and usability. It is not, as often perceived, an animation program, but rather looking for a more efficient and effective means and methods to convey information/messages.
The Cleveland Museum of Art is midway through a $350 million expansion and, through a leadership grant from its board of directors, has been challenged to grow new audiences to engage with art and the museum.