Channel Islands National Park iPad App Virtual TourChannel Islands National Park iPad App Virtual Tour Harvest Moon Studio worked with NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and the National Park Service, to create an iPad Application that visitors could use as an electronic brochure, highlighting the National Marine Sanctuaries situated around the Channel Islands, that sit just off the coast of Los Angeles.…
Morehead Planetarium, Chapel Hill, N.C.MyCO2 and Morehead Planetarium Heather Lindquist was hired by the design firm MyCO2 to help hone the message for an exhibit at Morehead Planetarium, placing the University of North Carolina at the forefront of science and technology research and education. Morehead Planetarium and Science Center is a unit of the University of North Carolina in…
L.A. Zoo Condor Rescue ZoneL.A. Zoo Condor Rescue Zone Harvest Moon teamed with Lexington and the Los Angeles Zoo to create an interactive learning experience. The Condor Recovery Center is a space where visitors to the Zoo can learn about the plight of the California Condor. Though still endangered, recent efforts have begun to pay off; there were only…
Manzanar National Historic Site
Manzanar is one of 10 sites used by the U.S. government to isolate people of Japanese ancestry during World War II. The Interpretive Center at Manzanar National Historic Site explores this unforgettable chapter in American history through first-person accounts, environmental exhibits, and the incomparable photography of Toyo Miyatake,
MSI Chicago; Numbers in Nature
Out the window, through a microscope, or in the mirror — patterns surround us.
Journeys from Manzanar
The forced relocation to Manzanar (and the other 9 War Relocation Centers) was inherently unjust, unconstitutional, and unwarranted. And a complete picture of incarceration isn’t cropped or stopped in 1945–46 either. Rather, it is told by the legacy of lives altered yet well lived.
Women & Spirit: Catholic Sisters in America
The exhibit also features the contributions sisters have made in developing California’s church and society.