Exhibition Design

Background: In a graduate course on literacy and memory technologies, I created a proposal and resources for a mock gallery-style exhibition for teens at the San Francisco Public Library's main branch. 

My role: I created a cohesive voice and visual identity for all exhibition materials, including a museum guide for teen patrons. I conducted extensive research on the San Francisco Independent School District's demographic breakdown and grade-level educational goals as part of my exhibition design. Artifacts selected represent a global perspective on shorthand, contextualizing this literacy practice and affirming teens' participation of an exploration in new shorthand models.