The Marvelous Mud Exhibit spanned over seven areas of the Denver Art Museum.
A financial institution for the younger generations that has students come to Young Americans Center to ‘run’ Young AmeriTowne. They wanted to take this town on the road to set up at different facilities. Here are some photos of the exhibit.
A large format background scrim printed on a screen and an informational graphic.
Posters hung throughout elementary schools to educate and inform students about Solar Energy. There are 6 stops through the ‘tour’ and the kids answer the scavenger hunt questions and continue to learn about energy as they explore the posters and the school.
In the lobby of UCAR/NCAR is a color-filled space packed with meteorological imagery and hands-on activities.
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is a 170-acre living classroom and research center located in southwestern Colorado, USA, which offers experiential education programs for students and adults.