Exhibition Planning & Design

Class location: 240 Greene Street, Room 410

This course focuses on the planning, development, and design of exhibitions, permanent, temporary, and traveling. It is a participatory class where students learn basic exhibition design techniques, including spatial layouts and the use of graphics, audiovisual aids, lighting, colors, materials, and fabrication methods. Students gain insight into exhibition planning and development and the roles played by various museum professionals. There are visits to designers to discuss their work and to museums and other venues to analyze exhibition design techniques. Individual student projects provide hands-on experience.

Course Information

MSMS-GA3332

Graduate

4 Points

Term Section Instructor Schedule Location

Spring 2018

1
Ileen S Gallagher
T: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM 240G 410