Pop Up Exhibit Kingman Museum
Moving into a new space is a daunting proposition. This Pop-up exhibit enables the vision of this new adventure to be textually and visually expressed. Contemporary energy, visually exciting and a narrative driven exhibition and programming policy are visually present during executive and funder Covid-19 tour & presentations. The museum’s vision is to visually express the mesmerizing collection by being contemporary, unexpected, and be brightly optimistic.
Bright, optimistic and scientific, the Kingman plan calls for contemporary fonts, image making, and color relationships to bring to life the 20,000 + collection objects. Narrative twists and turns keep viewer interest while providing entertaining learning opportunities.
Everything is Design & Everyone is a Designer | AIGA Think Tank Nashville:
AIGA Think Tank invited Jumping Dog Design collaborators Mark DeYoung and Brad Reagan to put on a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Design Theory project where conference attendees, presumably designers for the most part, created artwork and expressed their opinion on design. The title of the show, Everything is Design & Everyone is a Designer, refers to the fact that we create the future we can imagine. This cultural event was one in a series of DIY Design Theory projects that took place during 2012. The project enables the public, audience members in the case of AIGA Think Tank,to participate in creating a design focus that connects with community.
Inside Out: Electron Stichting Breda NL: Participatory Design Event
Over 300 people participated in this participatory design theory event in Breda, The Netherlands. The collaborative cultural event featured international and national designers/artists, as well as community members creating work on-site using locally acquired reclaimed materials. This participatory design event featured the making of the work as the “exhibit.” The communal nature of people coming together and making stuff creates connection, creates community. Visitors could watch the pieces being created, talk to participants and even join in the work. On the last day of the event, a Festival of the Arts celebrated the participants and the work made. Participants from all levels and all ages, including six classes of elementary kids; adult volunteers;, two class of troubled teens as reintegration; folks with disabilities; folks with addiction and other challenges; the general public; and professional artists and designers.