Oregon Voices: Change and Challenge in Modern Oregon History
Wow, it’s been a big spring so far!
We’re very excited to announce our latest opening, Oregon Voices: Change and Challenge in Modern Oregon History at the Oregon Historical Society
This 4,000 sq. ft. permanent exhibit opened to the public June 6, 2012. The exhibit is a multimedia rich exploration and celebration of contemporary life in Oregon today. Topics range from the differences between Urban and Rural Oregonians, changing neighborhoods, tensions around utilizing the State’s natural resources, culture, food, economic growth and poverty.
A big thanks go out to Marsha Matthews, Director of Museum Services and her excellent team at OHS for all their efforts in making this project a reality.
Andre & Associates Interpretation & Design Ltd. was responsible for all aspects of design and interpretation for this exhibit and were also proud to serve as the General Contractor for exhibit fabrication.
We were fortunate to work with a dream team of talented individuals to produce this exhibit including:
Dr. Steven Dow Beckham – Curator
Sockeye – Media Production
Larry Johnson – Media Director
3DS-Three Dimensional Services – Exhibit Fabrication
Delta AV – Media Integration
Infinity Images – Graphic Production
Carl & Simone Schlichting – Mountmaking
Below are a few sample shots, but be sure and check out this full album of exhibit photos.