Moveable Museum: Discovering the Universe, 2002
Lead designer for identity, graphics, and teacher's guide for this traveling exhibition on a bus for the American Museum of Natural History.
Design specifications for my team to follow in laying out each section's intro wall and other exhibit texts
The teachers’ guide for Discovering the Universe received an award from the Association of Educational Publishers.
Einstein's work continues to inform science today, particularly in the search for a Grand Unified Theory. The exhibition design was conscious of describing Einstein’s science as integral to our time, as a reflection of his passionate personality and continuing legacy.
Exhibition view, Legacy section
Special exhibition for the American Museum of Natural History, produced in cooperation with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles. On view at AMNH from November 2002 through August 2003.
Exhibitions Team: Shani K Parsons (lead designer), Iris Jan, Tim Martin, Stephanie Reyer, Caroline Seitz, Craig Stout, and Catharine Weese
Press & Awards: EINSTEIN received awards from the Art Directors Club, Society for Environmental Graphic Design, and ID Magazine, as well as press coverage in The New Yorker and The New York Times.