The 1968 Exhibit
Multiple Venues – 2011-2018
The 1968 Exhibit looked at how the experiences of the year fueled a persistent, if often contradictory, sense of identity for the people who were there. The exhibit was rich with over a dozen multimedia experiences, including Vietnam war stories presented in a real Huey helicopter, prominent installations about Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Democratic National Convention, a voting interactive utilizing an authentic 1960s voting machine, as well as a multi-player music quiz and a “Design your own Album Cover” kiosk.
The exhibit toured to ten venues nationally from 2011 to 2018 and was on display twice at the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul at the beginning and the end of the tour. Several venues experienced record attendance while hosting the exhibit.
Award – 1968 Huey Helicopter Vietnam Stories:
Honorable Mention, Multimedia Installations, 2012 American Association of Museums MUSE Award
Producing, creative and technical direction, media and system design
(On staff with the Minnesota Historical Society)