Look to Your Zest, See to Your Gusto

In a coaching session, Jason told me he wishes he was better at writing. Me too! It’s something I’ve encouraged him to work on improving. I decided to loan him

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Why Are Conferences Important?

As Betty and Danielle are getting ready to attend a conference next week, many questions regarding conferences have emerged. Why are conferences important? Who attends conferences? What do you do

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A Guide to TSI in Louisiana

In honor of the upcoming American Alliance of Museum’s (AAM) Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo in New Orleans, Louisiana let’s take a look at past work Taylor Studios has done in

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An Investment That Stood the Test of Time

Do you have, or are you expecting, funding for an exhibit project? How exciting! Here at Taylor Studios we know this can be a once-in-a-career opportunity and want to help

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6 Things to Consider When Designing Graphics for Museums

Durability   The panels that can be found in museums are often within the reach of hands of all ages. You need to make sure that the materials you choose

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Giving your Visitors a Voice: The Talk-Back Experience

When designing an exhibit, there is one question that always arises no matter the content. Do you want to have a space for your visitors to contribute their voice? Talk-back

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5 Must-Know Tips to Streamline Your Museum’s Admissions

Written by: David Mimeles First impressions are important. They are the foundation upon which a customer’s experience is built. Visitors form their first impression of your museum when they buy

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Is Social Media Changing the Purpose of Parks and Museums?

Should the mission of your park or museum change? If our organizations need to reflect the changes of the modern world, how can you adapt to the effects social media

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How to Prepare for Your Exhibit Install

Preparing for an installation can be stressful. Let’s face it; most people would prefer to do anything else. Whether it is your home or your organization, the endless items that

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Finding the Right Fit: Interpretive Planning Comes in All Shapes and Sizes

At Taylor Studios, Interpretive Planners do lots of different things. On any given day, you might find us deep-diving into research, facilitating a workshop, refilling our coffee, writing interpretive themes,

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