Detroit Historical Museum
Great exhibits and great graphics combine in the Detroit Historical Museum’s new and redone galleries – all part of a sweeping $12 million overhaul. Museum graphics must look great and educate quickly – a specialty of Gene Ullery-Smith. Read on to see how his work helps set the tone for each exhibit.
Midland Center for the Arts
After years of use the Midland Center for the Arts' Hall of Ideas was starting to show it's age. Gene was charged with developing new graphics to enliven existing exhibits, add depth to new exhibits and put in place a protocol of creating future interpretive graphics.
Located within a lakeside park near a historic train depot, this wayside exhibit recalls the history of Topinabee, one of Northern Michigan’s storied resort villages.
Built by the River, Dossin Great Lakes Museum
Detroit’s growth and development into one of the nation’s leading metropolitan regions is undeniably linked to the river that shares its name.
The Western Center for Archaeology and Paleontology
The Western Center for Archaeology & Paleontology is home to 1,000,000 specimens unearthed while the Diamond Valley Lake was being created. 5,000 sq. ft. of exhibits interpret the story those specimens tell.