Featured Project: Genomics eXplorer
Client: David E. Salt, Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
Description: Genomics eXplorer is a museum-quality exhibit that examines Earth's most crucial living creatures - plants - and investigates the important contributions genomics researchers are making to agriculture, human health, and the environment.
Purpose/Audience: To explain the basic concepts of plant genomics to students in grades 6-12 and their families.
- Worked with faculty content specialists to identify learning objectives
- Wrote script to teach educational concepts to exhibit visitors
- Identified academic standards met by exhibit content
- Built exhibit framework and supplemental pieces to populate exhibit
- Created graphics and design to convey educational concepts visually
- Developed interactive, hands-on activities to engage exhibit visitors
- Produced six videos for viewing at various stations throughout the exhibit
- Wrote, edited and designed advertising materials (PDF: 3.24 MB) to promote exhibit to potential renters
- Created promotional advertisement (PDF: 1.23 MB) for inclusion on the AgComm Traveling Exhibit Program website
- Market exhibit nationwide for rental through AgComm Traveling Exhibit Program
- Transport exhibit to and from scheduled venues nationwide
- Repair and maintain exhibit materials