The Burlington County Lyceum of History and Natural Sciences in Mount Holly, NJ has begun planning for interpretive exhibits in the historic Langstaff Mansion, which is currently under renovation. studioMUSarx has joined with Lammy & Georgio Architects to create a museum that conveys the rich history of Burlington County from the early 1700s to the present day.
Joe Nicholson gave a lecture to exhibit design master’s program students at SUNY/FIT in New York /City exploring the historical development of the market place from ancient times to present day. The lecture focused on the socio/cultural and economic effects that have evolved to affect merchandizing and exhibiting forms related to physical market places found around the world.
To further it plans for engaging the public through its natural history exhibits and programs, the Delaware Museum of Natural History engaged studioMUSarx to provide “proof of concept” planning and design for select new exhibits and spaces within the museum. This exercise in the application of “best practices’ to program and exhibit development places the museum in position to determine effective outcomes which will enhance the museum’s offerings to the public.
Mennonite Home Communities enlisted the help of studioMUSarx to develop a history wall exhibit and accompanying time line for their new VIVA Centre in Lancaster, PA. The exhibit focuses on setting the standard for compassionate care emphasizing the core values of commitment, community, compassion, and competency; all of which have been the guiding purpose and continued to enrich the lives of residents, staff and the community over the last one hundred and ten years.