For her summer internship, Emily Jones worked with Kieffer Nail at the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs to create guides and mascots for children’s activity booklets.
Brianna Vela created hand-painted covers for activity booklets for each of New Mexico’s Historic Sites. Pictured here is the cover for the Coronado Historic Site.
The PICT 2021 course proudly partnered with the SFCM to create student-designed exhibits and other materials for the Museum focused on giving back to their community with an emphasis on at-risk youth and their families. In addition to exhibits, marketing and branding materials, students also designed and created complimentary educational STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts, mathematics) activity kits with lesson plans for families in rural and Tribal communities throughout New Mexico. “Grab & Grow” kits teach learners of all ages about agriculture and science. Learning to grow a seedling in a mason jar is a hands-on, socially responsive, interactive design project aims to advocate for recovery efforts responding to changes brought on by the Covid 19 pandemic. Check out our Space Creations Game!
Museum of International Folk Art team including Exhibit Designer Trilby Nelson, Curator Carrie Hertz, Graphic Designer Monica Meehan, and Director of Education Leslie Fagre, worked with intern Jonah Spear to create a web app that allows visitors to engage with an interactive map of Scandinavia for the exhibition Dressing With Purpose. Faculty Advisor, Rianne Trujillo
Working with an exhibition team headed up by scientist Harshini Mukundan, intern Samantha Gallegos created three animated shorts and web pages for See the Science, an online STEM learning exhibit targeted at 5th grade students. Faculty Advisor: Angela Meron
Working with NMHU faculty member Joe Zebrowski, intern Lindsey Abeita created a new user interface and web portal. The High Plains Grassland Alliance is a group of ranchers collecting data for a regional climate data map. Faculty Advisor: Lauren Addario
Chris Romero and Joe Chacon worked with Chris Albert to redesign the New Mexico History Museum’s home page, sitewide headers and footers, and created a new page aggregating a sampling of the museum’s online offerings. Faculty Advisor: Rianne Trujillo
Site Manager Ethan Ortega and Interpretative Ranger Rebecca Ward worked with intern Anais Savariau to create a 9-panel poster display highlighting the stories of young farmers who have returned to their farms in northern New Mexico. Mentor: Chris Romero
This animation was created by intern Gabriela Smith for the updated Supercomputing exhibit at the Bradbury Science Museum.
This video was created by Cultural Technology Intern Gabriella Smith. It was part of the update to the Supercomputing exhibit at the Bradbury Science Museum.