Olin Library exhibits at WashU
Environmental graphics and exhibit design for the 2018 19,000-square-foot expansion of John M. Olin Library at Washington University in St. Louis, providing universal access to a vast collection of books and artifacts. The opening day exhibits included manuscripts by Tennessee Williams and Michelangelo, artifacts from the Civil Rights movement, Kelmscott Press books, Blaeu’s Atlas Maior, and one of the few remaining copies of the broadsheet Declaration of Independence. The style guide built for the in-house curatorial department aims to fast-track the development of future exhibitions. Designed as design lead and project coordinator at C&G Partners. CD: Keith Helmetag. Exhibit architects: Kevin T. Sayama, Monika Thorson.
- Project Roles
- Art Director, Content Strategist, Designer, Project Manager
- Adobe Illustrator, Architectural Scale, Art Direction, Content Management, Environmental, Environments, Experiential, Interaction, Interactive
- Environmental Design, Themed Environments
- Project Industries
- Education, Non-Profit