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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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Sandy Spring, Maryland
General, History, Historic House, Park
The Sandy Spring Museum was established in 1980 as the community was experiencing a rapid change in population and personality. A rural setting of farms, pastureland and, winding roads was becoming a bedroom community of four intersections and upscale commuters. As the museum has grown, it has become a focus for both long-time residents and newcomers—a link, like the spring itself, to a fascinating past.
Sandy Spring, Maryland
Culture, History, Specialized
The Great Hall displays slavery & civil rights documents along with art of the African Diaspora -- all presented against the backdrop of American history. The push for freedom via the Underground Railroad is discussed alongside the achievements and contributions of African Americans. The first floor gallery spaces are divided thematically and the lower level includes a resource library and meeting space for lectures, presentations and videos.
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