Improve Your Exhibits With Secrets From the Experts!

Want to improve your exhibits? If you don’t have the time, energy, or patience to figure out how, download our free resource guide to better exhibits. If you have a

Make Your Own Museum Flipbooks

You have an organization problem. The collection of White Oak bark photos adhered to your wood paneled wall are fading in the afternoon sun. The rings holding the dividers in

DIY Museum Graphics

YOU can create effective interpretive graphics for your facility, even when your budget is small or you lack design resources! We are often challenged with telling a story and redesigning

Make Your Own Interpretive Plan

So you’ve just finished construction on your brand new visitor center. Maybe you’re opening another park within your district. Perhaps you have an exhibit in need of a facelift. You’re

Do It Yourself Exhibit Design and Fabrication

Many nature centers, museums and visitor centers want to create their own exhibits or have changeable exhibits. Our client Anita Purves Nature Center had us design and build exhibits for

Holliday Park and Nature Center: A Fundraising Success Story

We loved the exhibit that was designed and built for installation at the Holliday Park Nature Center and we were thrilled when we ran across this visitor experience article. The

Horicon Marsh Visitor Center: A Fundraising Success Story

Oftentimes, when Taylor Studios, Inc. designs exhibits for an interpretive center, we pause before finishing the fabrication and installation stages of said project. There are many reasons for pausing, i.e.,

Matching Your Project to the Right Funding Source

One of the most challenging parts of obtaining grant funding can be matching the goals of the funder to your project. Done correctly, the process results in a mutually beneficial,

Illumination Lights Up Attendance at The Morton Arboretum

Today’s guest post is by Cindy Crosby, Interpretation Program Coordinator at The Morton Arboretum. How do you get visitors to come to an outdoor museum when it is dark, cold,

Good and Bad News for Museums and Parks and What to Do About It

The Good News The size and scope of museums and parks in the U.S. is quite impressive. 850 million people visited museums in 2012 292 million people visited national parks