Illuminate Your Story - Robertson Museum Projects

  • Johnny's expertise and enthusiasm are infectious. His vision has made a difference.
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Viva Mexico!

The Special Collections Library at the University of Texas at Arlington houses an extraordinary array of historic materials and features them in rotating exhibits.

They contacted Robertson Museum Projects to help them with Viva Mexico: A Comic Book History of Mexico. We worked with the collection staff and curator to plan a successful exhibition.

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Asian Sculpture Garden

The Crow Collection of Asian Art’s monumental endeavor.

The Asian Sculpture Garden in downtown Dallas features a number of monumental sculptures, both contemporary and traditional. The project required integrating the efforts of artists, architects, engineers, museum curators, and City of Dallas officials.

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Concept and Content

The Pearce Museum at Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas stewards a world-class collection of American Civil War correspondence.

As they began to contemplate renovating their exhibit, the contacted Robertson Museum Projects to assist in building a good foundation.

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Frisco Heritage Renovation

Finding a balance between heritage and emerging character

When the City of Frisco, Texas asked Robertson Museum Projects to help develop its heritage center, the challenge was clear: how to balance the historical narrative with a city character that is rapidly emerging. Furthermore, what kind of strategies could be employed to allow for growth and ongoing public engagement?

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Why Us?

  • Resourceful

    Sustainability is more than a buzzword for us. Museums are committed doing more with less—so are we.

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  • Education

    More than just designers, our team members understand the academic foundations of the museum’s charge.

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  • Experience

    We’ve been developing exhibits and education materials for museums since 1998.

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  • Awareness

    We stay engaged in museum associations such as TAM, attending, practical clinics and staying aware of industry issues and evolving philosophies.

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  • Multidisciplinary

    Our artifact-centric exhibition designs are informed by three distinct perspectives: curatorial, education, and artistic.

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  • Accessible

    Museums are dynamic places charged with ongoing reinvention and intense multitasking—we understand and try to integrate our services with your availability.

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  • Sharing

    We are a community of cultural institutions, we flourish when we learn from one another.

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  • Commitment

    Museums are what we do.

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  • Fun

    When our parents told us we should enjoy our job, we took them seriously!

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