Wynnewood

This is a isometric perspective that I created of the proposed exhibit design.

This is a isometric perspective that I created of the proposed exhibit design.

Life at Wynnewood is one of two exhibits developed by MTSU students in the Essentials in Museum Management class for the spring of 2012. For this project I was assigned to the position of Exhibit Designer. This position required me to develop panel, casework, layout, and room materials and finishes designs.  As the project continued into the summer my duties expanded to include vendor recruitment, text editing, and project management.  My work consisted of six panel designs, four elevation drawings– including panel and artifact layout packet, artifacts layout packet, and twelve case design drawings (see images of preliminary drawings and panel designs below).

In 2013, I was hired by MTSU as the Principle Exhibit Design Consultant for the project .  As the Exhibit Designer I worked to develop nine final panels that were installed in  January 2013.  The exhibit opened to the public in April 2014 (see final panels designs below).

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