Seth Frankel is leading a panel at the May, 2016 AAM Conference in Washington DC. The session title is Empathy & Evil: Moving Beyond ‘Good-guy/Bad-guy’ Narratives. Seth will be presenting with colleagues Mark Katrikh (Museum of Tolerance, CA), Dr. Adam Nilsen (Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, CA) and Sarah Pharaon (International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, NYC). […]
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Seth Frankel’s paper Sierra Leone Peace Museum: A Remembrance of Violence, Peace and Rebuilding was recently published as a Best Conference Papers by the No Gun Ri International Peace Foundation in South Korea. Studio Tectonic is pleased to have been able to participate and been recognized for its work about this important museum. Click HERE to […]
Studio Tectonic and Plan One Architects were recently awarded the design for a new visitor center and 2,000 sq. ft. exhibit for the Teton Scenic Byways. Located in Driggs, Idaho, this center will focus on the “quiet side” of the Teton Mountain Range. It will feature the rich natural and social history of the area […]
In collaboration with the Special Court for Sierra Leone, Studio Tectonic’s work is being supported by a 2013 Project Support Fund grant through the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience. This grant is for in-country planning of the national Peace Museum to serve as a living commemoration, archive, and memorial in this West African nation’s […]
The Chief Niwot ~ Legend and Legacy exhibition has won the History Colorado’s Josephine H. Miles Award. The award is given for “making a major contribution to the advancement of Colorado History”. Here’s an article from the Daily Camera newspaper: Chief Niwot Miles Award Article
Pleased to report that the Boulder History Museum was just awarded this terrific honor for its hard work. The award is presented at the MPMA annual conference – this year in October in Corpus Christi, Texas. So…Studio Tectonic’s completed exhibitions have a 100% track record of award recognition (insert giggle here).