Christin Hardy is a Graphic Designer at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh.
As a graphic designer by trade—wielding the power of typography with visual elements to create the best layout design, web banner, or marketing piece possible—Christin Hardy is a science fanatic by nature. Christin especially enjoys combining her skill set with her science interest by doing illustration work. Christin Hardy's favorite two programs have to be Illustrator and Photoshop for this reason.
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Anne Fullenkamp is the Director of Design at the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh.
Anne Fullenkamp is an experienced Design Director with a demonstrated history of working in the museums and institutions industry. Anne is a strong arts and design professional skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Universal Design, Museum Education, Art, and Graphic Design.
Adrienne Garwood is the Exhibits Manager at Morehead Planetarium and Science Center in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Adrienne Garwood attended East Carolina University where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She went on to obtain a Bachelor of Science Degree from University of North Carolina at Greensboro in Interior Architecture.
Alban Cooper is an Exhibition Designer at the Autry Museum of the American West in Los Angeles.
Alban Cooper is an experienced Exhibition Designer with a demonstrated history of working in the museums and institutions industry. He is skilled in Photography, Information Design, Graphics, Wayfinding, and Museums. Alban Cooper is a strong arts and design professional with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) focused in Graphic Design from University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Jaya Beange is a Senior Exhibit Designer at Manitoba Museum in Winnipeg, Canada.
Jaya Beange is also a sessional instructor of the course Math in Art at the University of Manitoba where she graduated from with a Master of Architecture Degree. Jaya also has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Math and a Bachelor of Arts Honors Degree in Philosophy from the University of Winnipeg.
Vivien Chow is a Senior Environmental Graphic Designer Reich + Petch Design in Toronto.
Vivien Chow is the lead graphic designer of museum exhibit displays, signage and wayfinding, information design and promotional materials. In addition, she is the design manager in overseeing design team in project completion from concept to fabrication.
Some of Vivien's recently completed projects include: