Experts  in the Field: Lessons from Tim Merriman

Established planner, leader, and interpretation veteran, Tim Merriman takes the time to share some of his career experience with us this week. You may know Tim from the several books

Experts in the Field: Lessons from Greg Hunter

Continuing the theme, Great Outdoors Month, Taylor Studios brings you another expert in the field—this time, the literal one! Please stay tuned as we continue to talk with interpreters, educators, scientists, resource officers

Experts in the Field: Lessons from Kelly Farrell

The month of June is Great Outdoors Month and we are thrilled to feature an interview with Kelly Farrell–Chief of Interpretation & Program Services for Arkansas State Parks. With a

Experts in the Field: Lessons from Dr. Stephen Brusatte

Experts in the Field: Lessons from Dr. Stephen Brusatte – Chancellor’s Fellow in Vertebrate Paleontology   Dr. Stephen Brusatte is Chancellor’s Fellow in Vertebrate Paleontology at the University of Edinburgh.

Experts in the Field: Lessons from Director Dan Joyce

Dan Joyce is the Executive Director at Kenosha Public Museums in Wisconsin and a renowned military historian and archaeologist. He runs The Civil War Museum, quick becoming one of the

How to Engage Visitors with Multi-Sensory Exhibits

For many nature centers around the country, spring is peak season. Abundant wildlife, beautiful blooms, (finally!) fair temperatures, and blue, sunny skies show off your site in its best possible

How to Inspire Adventure with Top-Notch Trail Signage

It’s springtime! As flowers bloom, wildlife reemerges, and winter becomes but a memory, nature centers and parks throughout the country are preparing for renewed foot traffic on their outdoor trails.

Nine Business Development Objectives You Can Use – 2017 Edition

Taylor Studios is rooted in business and creativity. In addition to processes and procedures, all areas of TSI are propelled by goals and objectives. This begins with the company as

Be Careful What You Pay for When Hiring an Exhibit Partner

If you were about to build a home would you go to a contractor and say “I want a 3,000 square foot house. How much will that cost?” We occasionally

How to Create New Revenue Streams for Your Cultural Site – Part Two

Your organization’s financial needs are ongoing—even when resources are limited. Public funding can be fickle, here one day and gone the next. And you can only ask your loyal donor