The Museum Arts Blog

The Glue that Holds Museums Together (Part 2 of 2)

April 28, 2021

By David KnappGraphic Designer / AV Integration Graphics are the glue that holds museums together but what makes a great graphic?  The first step in developing a graphic is the right content. Compelling images are…

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Reawakening 2021

January 28, 2021

For most of us in the Museum Community, 2020 truly was far worse than the haircuts chops men performed staring in the bathroom mirror or the awful do-it-yourself hair dye women everywhere took up.  The…

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Graphics: the Glue that Holds Things Together

January 25, 2021

By David Knapp Graphic Designer / AV Integration A great story and one-of-a-kind artifacts may be at the heart of every great museum, but graphics are the glue that hold it together. The design of…

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New Deal Murals Returned Home

November 25, 2020

For several decades, the New Deal murals of artist Xavier Gonzalez hung with pride on the walls of Kilgore’s Depression era post office. Since 1999 the Art has been in the care of the East…

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Cleaning Supplies

6 Expert Ways to Properly Disinfect a Public Space

October 12, 2020

By Mr. James Careless In Light of Covid 19 and with permission from our friends at Church.Design. Museum Arts would like to take the opportunity to reprint an excellent article by Mr. James Careless, While…

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Enhance Your Storytelling

July 18, 2019

Let’s explore a couple ways exhibits can be heightened by developing the unseen.

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