The Quick & Easy Guide for Awesome Interpretive Plans

You know the old saying – do not put the cart before the horse!   Before you can even begin designing and building your exhibits, your site needs an interpretive

Experts in the Field: Lessons from Heidi Kortright

Heidi Kortright, Director of Beaver Lake Nature Center, shares insights on her experience in the field. Check it out! Taylor Studios (TSI): Heidi, what inspired you to pursue a career

Experts in the Field: Lessons from Jenny Corbett

Jenny Corbett, Naturalist at Wickiup Hil Learning Center, shares insights on her experience in the field. Check it out! Taylor Studios (TSI): How did you first get involved in the

Shave Your Alpaca and Conquer Your Struggles!

In working with our clients over the past 27 years, we learned of the constant struggles that museums, nature centers, parks, and other interpretive sites face. For a long time,

Why Collaboration is Crucial for Growth

Betty recently spoke at the Leadership Illinois alumni conference about the impact and potential of collaboration. Watch to learn more!

Where to Find Rare and Free Images for Use in Your Exhibit

Having trouble finding free images to use in your exhibits, on your website, in your publications, or for one of your projects? Images – be they photographs, artwork, or diagrams

Experts in the Field: Lessons from Dr. Kym Rice

Kym Rice, PhD, is the Director and Chair of George Washington University’s Museum Studies Department and a member and former co-chair of AAM’s Committee on Museum Professional Training. She is

Experts in the Field: Lessons from Jay Miller

Jay Miller is President of the National Association for Interpretation (NAI). He worked 37 years with Arkansas State Parks, and was Chief of the Interpretation Division for 28 years. He

Experts in the Field: Lessons from Henry Sweets

We have the privilege and honor of working with some of the brightest minds in the museum and visitor experience industry. After 25 years of creating experiences with these incredible

What’s In a Name?

You might have noticed that we recently changed the name of our blog.  We now call our musings “The Field Journal,” an apt moniker given our work in natural and