As part of her internship with the Bradbury Science Museum, Cultural Technology intern Gabriella Smith, created an animated character to help explain complex supercomputing concepts to museum visitors. Tubie is included in touchscreen panels as part of the updated Supercomputing Exhibit at the Bradbury Science Museum. Funding for this paid internship came from a grant through the IEEE Foundation.
As part of our Emergency Cultural services internships this summer, Lily Padilla created a branding and style guide for New Mexico Historic Sites social media campaign.
Two Cultural Technology interns created graphic panels for the for the Los Alamos Visitors Center. The Kid’s Corner was given an updated look by AJ Continue reading “Los Alamos Visitor Center”
Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science
Americorps interns, Desiree Ramirez and Erick Rangel, provided additional graphic design support after completion of the PICT 2017 schedule.
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Clarence Bustamante, AmeriCorps Cultural Technology Intern
Hermits Peak Watershed Alliance, Summer 2017
Logo and Branding design
graphic design for wayfinding and other signage
Albuquerque Balloon Museum
Weather Lab interactive design
design by graduate student Eli Menchaca
While the Roswell Museum and Art Center, intern Naomi Padilla completed a three-fold brochure of the museum’s Aston Collection. The brochure contains animal illustrations, activities, and features the museum’s mascot, Biff Beaver. Naomi is currently still working at the Roswell Museum where she plans on completing five redesigns of collection maps for the Aston.