Clients

Exhibitions Master Planning

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Virginia Museum of Natural History

Waynesboro, VA

Exhibit Content & Writing

Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine

Portland, ME

Corporate History Museum

Maine

Training & Capacity-Building

SEE Science Center

Bedford, NH

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Museum of Discovery & Science

Ft Lauderdale, FL

What Clients Are Saying

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Joe Kieper, PhD

Executive Director

Virginia Museum of Natural History

Betsy transformed our  natural history expertise into exhibits  with digestible stories that connect to our diverse constituents’ outdoor experiences.

Joe Cox

President & CEO

Museum of Discovery and Science

During our exhibits planning workshop, Betsy guided great conversation and empowered our team with new skills and expanded confidence.  

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Lucia Stancioff

Deputy Director

Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine

Betsy was so easy to work with (and fun!). With a lot of cooks in the kitchen, she turned all our ideas into clear, educational signage that will last us for a long time.

Selected Projects

Exhibitions:

Permanent:

(EcoTarium)

 

Wild Cat Station

2019

City Science: The Science You Live

2017

Nature Explore Outdoor Exhibit

2014

The Arctic Next Door: Mount Washington

2011

Traveling:

(Environmental Exhibit Collaborative)

SmartArt

2009-2012

DinoTracks

2008-2011 & 2013-2014

Attack of the Bloodsuckers

2007-present

TreeHouses: Look Who’s Living in the Trees!

2006-present

Turtle Travels

2004-present

 

Workshops & Presentations:

2020:

Low Tech/No Tech Live-Action Role Playing Games for Public Audiences

Hacking the World - Imagining the Post-Pandemic Museum

Beyond Hands-on: Tapping the Non-touch Senses in Exhibitions

 

2019:

Project Management Potholes: Avoiding Blowouts on Your Next Exhibit Project 

Exhibit Project Management ABCs

 

2018:

Butterfly Gardens & Beyond: Interpreting Green Space

 

They’re doing what!?: Using Timing and Tracking to Understand How Visitors Really Use Your Exhibits

2017:

Walking the Ethical Line: Holding on to Your Exhibit Vision While Working with Stakeholders

 

Bringing the Public into Your Sandbox Without Getting Sand in Your Face – or Theirs

Collaborative development of informal learning experiences
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