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  Museum Exhibit Fabrication : Enterprising Women: 250 Years of American Business  
     
 
Client: Radcliffe Institute
"Enterprising Women: 250 Years of American Business"

This 4,000 square foot traveling exhibition, which premiered at the National Heritage Museum, brought to life the stories of 40 intriguing women who helped shape the landscape of American business from the colonial times to the present day. Through our interpretive graphics and audio recordings, the visitors are able to witness the trials and triumphs of this very diverse group of women. Proto fabricated biounits which included etched glass interpretive panels and photo screened graphics. Artifact cases were fabricated to present and protect costumes, diaries, letters, legal documents, and photographs. Reader rails gave the visitor more insight into the women's accomplishments. AV units provided audio-visual presentations for each of our contemporary women. Proto, also, devised a convenient soft pack system which reduced the number of crates, handling equipment and storage requirements at the venues.

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