TSI to Present at this week’s IACD Conference

TSI’s President Betty Brennan and Interpretive Planner Leah Rainey are off to Starved Rock State Park this Friday to give a presentation on interpretive planning and exhibit copy writing at

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To My Dream Exhibit – A Sonnet to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day has got to be one of the strangest holidays ever. From its dark origins in Roman history to modern day celebrations, it has come a long way. Most

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5 Budget-Friendly Ways to Transform Your Exhibits

Transformations don’t have to be big (or expensive!) to be highly impactful. Sometimes a well-loved exhibit just needs a little refresh to look and perform like new. Here are five

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Of Puffins and Poop – Transforming Sites by Bringing Nature to Life

“How many birds did you have to kill for this exhibit?” a visitor said crossly to one of our clients while visiting our completed exhibit at Perlan, a museum in

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Client Success Stories: Igniting Winter Attendance at Outdoor Sites – Part II

Wild Lights at Miller Park Zoo Bloomington, Illinois Our series of wintertime client success stories continues this week with our former client and nearby neighbor to the west, Miller Park

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Tales of Transformation: Beaver Lake Nature Center, NY

Not to be completely cliché, but a new year always steers the conversation towards talk of transformation. What change will you make with a fresh start in 2019? Recently, Taylor

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How to Transform a Space to Leave a Legacy

Stone Mountain Park in Georgia was the site of a decades old exhibit that was cherished by the locals.  Telling the story of the War of Georgia, the exhibit featured

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The Surprising Truth About What’s Hidden in Hourly Rates

The start of the New Year prompts many people to scrutinize their finances and evaluate their expenditures. At Taylor Studios, we try to be as transparent as possible in educating

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65,000 total hours worked. 416 tacos consumed by the marketing department alone.37 new projects. 17 states and 2 countries traveled. Countless memories. Needless to say, we had a great 2018.

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Client Success Stories: Igniting Winter Attendance at Outdoor Sites

If you work at a park, zoo, nature preserve, or other primarily outdoor destination, you may think winter programming is all but a lost cause. After all, teeth-chattering temps don’t

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