Exhibits

History Museum Exhibits is a two semester course which combines the study of exhibitions as both a medium of communication and an informal learning environment with the hands-on experience of producing an exhibition in collaboration with either one of the museums on campus or in the local vicinity. In addition to examining the role, function and development of exhibits in general, work on the production of the assigned exhibit project also begins in the fall semester. Assignments include theme development, research, text writing, formative evaluation, floor plan and elevation drawings, and various fabrication and construction techniques.

Click here to learn about the 2012-2013 HA exhibit in progress.

    Please click on the links below to view our most recent examples of previous class exhibits.

HA Class 2011-2012 Exhibit

Click here for an expanded list of previous class exhibits.

  Class of 2010-2011             09-10 class exhibit              08-09 class exhibit  

  07-08 class exhibit             06-07 class exhibit              05-06 class exhibit