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Tessellate is a full service experiential design firm co-founded in 2013 by a team of seasoned designers (WBE certified). We saw an opportunity to develop a fresh approach within a traditional exhibit design industry. Our mission is to create new audience experiences and immersive museum environments by merging the physical and digital worlds in new ways. more...
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Museums
12/12
Sedro-Woolley Museum
Sedro-Woolley, Washington
12/12
Joel Lane Museum House
Raleigh, North Carolina
12/11
Museum of Florida History
Tallahassee, Florida
12/11
The Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum
Sanibel, Florida
Museum Associations
12/12
Florida Association of Museums
Tallahassee, Florida
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Framingham, Massachusetts
Art
SEE more than 25 exhibitions each year in a series of changing exhibitions. Focusing on American Art from the 18th century to present day, the Museum is dedicated to showing the very best examples of contemporary art by both emerging and established artists, as well as an exploration of the School of Boston Expressionism.
Danvers, Massachusetts
Historical Society
Dartmouth, Massachusetts
Art
Wellesley, Massachusetts
Art, Culture
Lincoln, Massachusetts
Art, Park
Dedham, Massachusetts
Historical Society
South Dennis, Massachusetts
Historical Society
Dighton, Massachusetts
Historical Society
Dorchester, Massachusetts
Historic House, Historical Society
We work to preserve the cultural artifacts of Dorchester’s past to inspire the imaginations of future generations.
Dover, Massachusetts
Art, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Town of Dover began as the Fourth Precinct of Dedham, Springfield Parish, in 1748. It was separated as the District of Dover in 1784 and became the Town of Dover in 1836. The history of Dover can still be seen in buildings and sites existing today. The first Meetinghouse was raised in 1754 and its first minister, the Reverend Benjamin Caryl, accepted the call in 1762, serving for fifty years. At this time, there were 352 inhabitants and 49 houses in Dover.
Dracut, Massachusetts
Historical Society
Edgartown, Massachusetts
Historical Society
Duxbury, Massachusetts
Duxbury, Massachusetts
History, Historic House, Historical Society
Medfield, Massachusetts
Archaeology, Art, General, History, Historic House
The Dwight-Derby House is about 75% restored. Over the past years we have done structural improvments,restoration, dendrochronology testing for structure dating, and conducted archaeological digs.
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