The exhibition provides insight into the life of Tutankhamun and other royals of the 18th Dynasty. All of the treasures in the exhibition are 3,300- 3,500 years old. Organized by National Geographic, Arts & Exhibitions International and AEG Exhibitions with cooperation from the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities.
Client Team: John Norman/Owner, David P. Silverman/Curator, Mark Lach/Creative Director
Charles McMillan/Exhibition Design
This traveling exhibition explores nearly 500 years of African American contributions to the economic, political, cultural, and spiritual development of the US. Guests take an immersive journey through 10,000 sq. ft of the history as this impact unfolds through artifacts, documents, multimedia, photography, and music.
Nancy Seruto/Producer & Design Director
Client Team: John Flemming/Executive Producer, Faith Ruffins/Historian
Collaborators: Eric Parr, Joanne Morris, Kevin Taylor, the Cortina Group,
Richard Wilkes Studio, and the Hettema Group
This exhibition reveals the history of a small group of independent American women who helped shape the nation’s social and cultural landscape. The sisters built and managed schools, hospitals, orphanages and other social institutions that have endured during eras when women had few professional opportunities.
Nancy Seruto/Producer and Design Director
Client Team: LCWR History Committee
Collaborators: Robert Koval, Mellissa Berry, Tim Steinour, Heather Lindquist,
Jennifer Bressler, John Palmer Low, Molly Miles, Anna Schlobohm de Cruder,
Lisa Passamonte Green, Mike Devine and Shim Yokoyama
New-York Historical Society’s destination experience, “New York Story,” was directed and produced by Donna Lawrence Productions. This immersive experience plays out within a theatrical/media environment that evolves from a 24’ to a 72’-wide vista as the story of New York unfolds over 18 minutes.
Robert Koval and Nancy Seruto/Project Advisors
Client Team: Louise Mirrer/President, and the The NYHS Staff
DLP Team: David Sirola, Electrosonic/Tony Peugh, Available Light/Ted Mather,
LA ProPoint, Pook Diemont & Ohl
“Horizon Theater,” is a spectacular “no man’s land” tableau viewed from
a sweeping 100’ wide overlook in the National World War I Museum. The extensive scenic, lighting, and theatrical show design results in an experience that immerses visitors in the high-stakes turning-point moment when the US joined the war effort.
Nancy Seruto/ Project Advisor
Client Team: The Museum Leadership and Staff, Ralph Appelbaum Associates/Exhibition Design
DLP Team: Electrosonic/Tony Peugh
Inspired by the beauty and ingenuity of the Cherokee people, this is a cultural and historical tour fused with interactive video, intriguing displays, and a full sensory experience. Step through the doors and discover up-close the Cherokee people’s spirit of inventiveness, resilience, and will to survive.
Client Team: Ken Blankenship/Director MOCI, Duane King/Historian, Taft Design/Exhibition Design
Collaborators: Benjamin Lein, Lisa Passamonte Green, Bryce Walmsley, and Bill Grayson
This exhibition highlights current projects in space exploration and provides a glimpse to future human space travel. Highlights include: the Lunar Base Camp, an up-close look at NASA’s Constellation Program and a model of the Orion, and the multimedia 360-degree “Future Theatre.”
Nancy Seruto/Project Director
Client Team: Peter Radetsky and David Weiss/Creative Direction, Jeffrey Wyatt/Executive Producer
Collaborators: Jen Bressler /Hunt Design, Rick Goodwin, Tom Fricker, and Dan Moalli/D&P
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