Complete design of Seminole People of Florida Exhibit including casework, text panels, logo, graphic panels, artifact mounts and artifact placement.
Charity Myers designed this exhibit and oversaw fabrication and installation of all exhibit components during her tenure at MFH. The Seminole People of Florida exhibit won a national award for exhibit design.
Design of outdoor entrance, interpretive and way-finding signs.
Interactive computer kiosk designed and house in original 1939 Wurlitzer Jukebox.
El Camino Real exterior panels were produced for the Florida Department of State, Bureau of Archaeological Research for four sites in Florida. These panels were installed outdoors at Mission San Luis, Tallahassee; Ichetucknee Springs State Park, Fort White; and two locations in St. Augustine.
This project included development of the El Camino Real logo, exterior interpretive panels and a brochure.
Complete design, fabrication and installation of Greek Music in America exhibit for the City of Tarpon Springs.
Designed for the purpose of recognizing donors to the Museum.
Charity Myers designed and oversaw fabrication and installation during her tenure with the Museum of FL History as Curator of Exhibits.
Completed design, fabrication and installation of permanent exhibit for the City of Tarpon Springs. 2007
Design, fabrication and installation of exhibit for the City of Tarpon Springs.
Complete exhibit design for the Museum of Florida History.
Charity Myers designed all components for this exhibit and oversaw fabrication and installation during her tenure at MFH. 2006
This represents one exhibit text panel designed for the City of Tarpon Springs. 2013