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Tessellate is a full service experiential design firm founded by Emily Conrad, an interaction and technology designer and Joe Karadin, a physical designer and architect. As experienced designers working in the industry over 20 years each, and together for nearly a decade, we saw an opportunity to fulfill a demand for new immersive design and offer a fresh approach to the traditional exhibit design industry. more...
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Richmond, Virginia
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Cambridge, Maryland
Historical Society
Cambridge, Maryland
Cambridge, Maryland
Cambridge, Maryland
Children's, History, Science, Specialized
The skipjack Nathan of Dorchester was built by volunteers in Cambridge, Maryland, in 1994, the last skipjack on the Chesapeake Bay built to be a dredge boat. It quickly became apparent that her true mission was in keeping the Bay's unique skipjack heritage alive through educational and recreational sails.
Our volunteer crew members are a crucial asset to our organization. They are extensively trained in all facets of operating these traditional wooden vessels.
Cambridge, Maryland
History
Cambridge, Maryland
Culture, History, Specialized
Based in historic Cambridge, the Museum is in the heart of Chesapeake country and captures the unique combination of wood, water and craftsmen that came together here to make the area one of the major centers of wooden shipbuilding on the Bay. Vessels built along these shores changed the course of the nation's military and economic history.
Cambridge, Maryland
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