Museum Exhibit Gallery & Portfolio of Work

Here are a selected set of images from representative Exhibit Design Projects.
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You may also see additional images on the POW! Flickr Page.

Molecules Traveling Exhibition
Molecules and Health: The Shape of Science is a traveling exhibition funded in part by the National Institutes of Health. POW! helped transform complex topics from molecular biology into family-friendly interactive exhibit components.
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Custom Exhibit Components
POW! is happy to work on unique exhibit ideas with clients.  Have a great idea, but don’t know how to turn it into an exhibit? Give us a call!
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Launch Pad
POW! worked with the New York Hall of Science to transform an underutilized outdoor area near the famous 1964 World’s Fair NASA Rockets Display into an interactive exhibit area on the Solar System.
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One of several exhibit galleries developed for the new Long Island Children’s Museum, TotSpot is an engaging, active area for young visitors with Long Island and Transportation themes.
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Paul knows interactive exhibits - how to plan them, where resources are and what's happening in the field. He asks good questions, plays with ideas and keeps his eye on the visitor.
Jeanne Vergeront, Museum Planning Consultant
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Little Sky Country
Little Sky Country is a playful early childhood exhibition developed for ExplorationWorks in the
Big Sky Country of
Helena, Montana.
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