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The Great Big Exhibit Resource List
A constantly updated compendium of resources for museum design and exhibit fabrication (including websites and contact information.)
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Donor Recognition Examples

This is a PDF of examples of Donor Walls and other recognition devices in museums that were featured in an ExhibiTricks blog post. It's a BIG file so be patient as it loads.
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Cheap Exhibit Idea from the ASTC Exhibit Cheapbooks

Here is an example of the type of simple, inexpensive exhibit idea to be found in each of the four volumes of
The ASTC Exhibit Cheapbooks which I originated and edited.

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POW! in The New York Times
A nice review of a children's interactive art exhibition I created for the Nassau County Museum of Art.
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Downloadable Exhibit Articles by Paul Orselli

"Producing Great Exhibits on a (Not So Great) Budget"
My article from the January/February 2014 issue of ASTC's Dimensions magazine. Some simple, inexpensive ways to add to your exhibits program.
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"Green Design Nuts and Bolts"
An article jam-packed with resources and techniques to help you expand your green exhibit design toolkit.
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"Million Dollar Pencils and Duct Tape: Some Thoughts on Prototyping"

Concrete examples and tips about how to move through each phase of the exhibit prototyping process.
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"Good Things Come In Small Packages" (Small Museums Article)
Lessons learned from a quarter century of working with a variety of different types and sizes of museums.
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