One of the core tenants of creating an effective museum exhibit is to know your audience and, perhaps more importantly, to know the market within which your audience lives. It is estimated that over 64% of Americans watch NFL football and over 54% watch college football. In Oxford, MS that percentage must be closer to 100%.Continue reading “Thinking Outside the Helmet Box”
Where is your favorite sports museum in the world? Which sports museum or exhibit did not resonate with you? Which ones should I DEFINITELY visit? Which sports museums do I HAVE to see, specifically while I am in Europe (now until March)? Or perhaps you have never seen a sports exhibit, I would love to know why. EitherContinue reading “Requested: Sports Exhibit Feedback”
When athletes take the field they compete freely and they play to win. To the victor goes the spoils, is usually the order of the day.They fight hard, battle despite hardship, and solider on to the finish line.
Kansas City. You know the town that Motown made famous, the one that is a little bit in Kansas, a little bit in Missouri, and the town that is just a few short miles away from Independence, Missouri.
The Power of the Repetitive Object Last week I released a post about the commemoration surrounding the Boston Marathon bombing. Upon reading the post Professor Harvey Green, one of my mentors, communicated an interesting observation. So, I decided to create this follow up post in response…
239 years ago Paul Revere took his famous ride from Boston to the countryside 174 years ago Irish immigrants sought refuge in Boston from the potato famine 96 years ago the Red Sox won the World Series and wouldn’t win it again for 86 years 54 years ago the first Catholic, Boston’s John F. Kennedy Jr., was electedContinue reading “Running Towards History”