Archive for the “Process” Category

Book Release – Heritage and Peacebuilding

Studio Principal, Seth Frankel, was recently published in a new book, “Heritage and Peacebuilding”. The book is part of the Heritage Matters series by the International Centre for Cultural & Heritage Studies. The book explores one of the most critical issues of our time: whether heritage can contribute to a more peaceful society and future. […]

Traditional Rendering Time-lapse

While Studio Tectonic uses a blend of all-digital techniques for creating renderings of our concepts, we still are fans of hand renderings. This time-lapse shows the finishing touches on a concept for the Kassler Town historical museum and site for Denver Water. Most of our work these days is created with a blend of 3D […]

Upcoming Book – Fostering Empathy Through Museums

Seth Frankel, Studio Tectonic’s principal, is a contributing author to a new professional book entitled Fostering Empathy Through Museums. Published by Rowman & Littlefield, the book release is scheduled for Spring, 2016, around the time of the American Alliance of Museums conference. For more about the book from the editor Elif Gokcigdem, please go to: Fostering Empathy Book Seth’s […]

Tips on Use of a Multiple Languages in Exhibits

Wide ranging cultural institutions often wrestle with when and how to use multiple languages in their exhibitions. As well they should. Any institution, except for those in the most homogenous areas, need to be asking how their use of language embraces, pushes away or ignores visitor needs. This is also not a static analysis but rather important […]

Museum Board as Consultants (What Outside Experts Bring)

On a recent AAM group chat site on LinkedIn, a posting presented a question about using board members instead of hired consultants. While this was mostly a discussion about making do in small museum environments, I read this with a bit of caution. I have seen board members successfully bring incredible expertise to institution. I […]