The Sweet Potato Show is an environmental design installation that encourages and enables social interaction. The visually rich, informal walls and furniture focus on the visitor. The installation provides a comfortable environment based on rural Tennessee culture. The Sweet Potato show includes collaborative, community participation, food and music. Tennessee Southern food, Caribbean and Chinese food celebrate our community. All this and even a kids lemonade stand out front brought people through art, food, music and respect.
Informal, visually rich objects based on rural form are the environment for community food, music and talk.
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 exhibitions 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 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.