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Interpretive displays and exhibitions

Interpretation for exhibitions, displays and interpretive spaces all follow the same guiding principles of heritage interpretation. The way information is communicated to visitors is through personal connections. Interpretive displays need to articulate a reason or reasons for caring about and for the space. Viewing distances may be closer and accommodate for smaller fonts, however the visitor viewing times and engagement times remains the same.

Trial Bay Gaol – interpretive displays

Trial Bay Gaol Interpretive displays

Trial Bay Gaol – Silent Cells. Escapees Signage

Silent Cells Interpretive displays

Trial Bay Gaol Silent Cells Interpretive displays

Trial Bay Gaol - Silent Cells Historic Signage

Trial Bay Gaol - Scullery Historic Signage

Nambucca Headland Museum – interpretive display

Nambucca Headland Museum - Gumbaynggirr Heritage

Tumut Public School – external wall mount signage

External wall mount signage - Tumut Public School

External wall mount signage - Tumut Public School

Sea Acres Rainforest Spirit

Cultural map for internal wall at entrance to Rainforest Centre. This was installed for the opening of ‘The Spirit of the Land‘ exhibition.

Aboriginal Cultural Map

Artwork for installations

Spirit of the Land aboriginal exhibition artwork

Spirit of the Landaboriginal exhibition artwork

Parkes Airport – internal displays

Parkes Airport - heritage interpretative displays

Parkes Airport – heritage interpretative displays

Parkes Airport - heritage interpretative displays

Parkes Airport – heritage interpretative displays

Categories:   Interpretive Projects