The first activation installed at The Castle Pines Library for Douglas County Libraries. This project is a functioning “post office” and “mail truck” for little visitors to enjoy. These playful areas are already a hit among the youngsters!
Next, The Bear Creek Nature Center in El Paso County received a long-awaited update to an existing facility in Colorado Springs. We added new reader rails and several interactives including the “Cubs Corner” tree environment for kids. Also included were two fantastic wall murals painted by Mickey Schilling, a talented wildlife artist. The most exciting piece we contributed is an interpretive display and custom aquarium which houses live Greenback Cutthroat trout, the endangered Colorado state fish.
interactive history exhibit
Lastly, in partnership with Quatrefoil Associates* we had the opportunity to fabricate and install elements for the new Boulder Experience exhibit at the Museum of Boulder. This exciting exhibition takes visitors on a tour from the area’s beginnings as a Native American settlement through to today as a major science, education and tech hub. Throughout, the exhibit exposes Boulder’s contributions to professional athletics, medicine and natural healing, music and more. The exhibition’s centerpiece, the Google Garage children’s activation, demonstrates Boulder’s investment in STEM education.
Condit produced interpretive and backlit optic tiles, we built reader rails, installed lighting and printed on both natural and manufactured surfaces. We utilized pyro-etching and direct-to-substrate printing methods to achieve unique effects on the beetle kill pine and caribou wood. If you’re in the Boulder area, be sure to see this extraordinary, interactive space filled with impressive artifacts and exhibits.
*Exhibit Design, Multimedia and AV by Quatrefoil Associates