FALL 2016
Coloring Outside the Lines:
Exhibitions That Cross Boundaries


  • A Journey into the Uncharted: A Theatrical Collaboration Between Punchdrunk and the National Maritime Museum, by STUART FROST
  • What does the imagination look like? or, How a Museum and a Preschool Made the Invisible Visible, by EMILY SILET
  • Create.Connect: A History and STEM Mash-up, by BETTE SCHMIT and BRIAN MANCUSO
  • Artivism and the Museum of Impact: Creating Counternarratives in Nontraditional Museum Spaces, by HANNAH HELLER and MONICA O. MONTGOMERY
  • Roots of Wisdom: Native Knowledge. Shared Science. And Collaboration with Integrity by VICTORIA COATS, NANCY MARYBOY, and DAVID BEGAY
  • Art, Garden, Life: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Frida Kahlo, by JOANNA L. GROARKE
  • Transforming Exhibitions into Unique Visitor Experiences Curated Events at the Canadian Museum of History, by CHRISTINE CONCIATORI


  • President’s Letter, by Wayne Labar
  • Editor’s Letter, by ELLEN SNYDER-GRENIER
  • Exhibits Newsline, by PAUL ORSELLI
  • Q A with BILL ADAIR
  • Nuts & Bolts: Bilingual Multimedia in Exhibitions, by BETH REDMOND-JONES
  • Exhibition Studies: The Museum as Petri Dish, Hacking Harvard’s Museum of Natural History, by EMILY STOKES-REES
  • Exhibition Critiques: reForm, Temple Contemporary, Philadelphia, by KEITH RAGONE and IZZY KASDIN
  • Book Review: Life on Display: Revolutionizing U.S. Museums of Science and Natural History in the Twentieth Century, by ERIC SIEGEL