MARILYN HORNE MUSEUM AND VISITOR CENTER
The Marily Horne Museum was a project that featured Exhibitology's mastery of a variety of media. Richard Rew designed and Adam McLaughlin produced a mural that covered the walls and ceiling of the AV theater such that it resembled the interior of Ms. Horne’s favorite venue, the Fenice Theater in Venice, Italy. Richard also produced all of the fabrication drawings. Adam McLaughlin produced and installed all of the graphics. Edward O’Brien processed wood, metal, and plastics on the computer controlled router.
Exhibitology produced and installed a full scale theater marquee complete with chasing lights.
Exhibitology covered every square inch of wall and ceiling of the museum theater with graphics so the it resembled the Fenice Opera House in Venice Italy.