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Robinson: Sidewalks of Poindexter Village
Robinson: Sidewalks of Poindexter Village

Detail from Sidewalks of Poindexter Village: Market Street by Aminah Brenda L. Robinson. In the collection of the Columbus Museum of Art.

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Illustration recreating a Dakota village
Illustration recreating a Dakota village

The current landscape is entirely changed, so we commissioned an illustration based on archaeology to show the historic landscape, including the Dakota village that was there for more than 1,000 years.

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Jackson Museum, Selma Alabama
Jackson Museum, Selma Alabama

from the label in the room: "This bedroom was the personal favorite of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. while living in the Jackson home. "The room contains the original telephone used by Dr. King to receive private phone calls from President Johnson on critical issues about the civil rights movement."

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Robinson: Sidewalks of Poindexter Village
Robinson: Sidewalks of Poindexter Village

Detail from Sidewalks of Poindexter Village: Market Street by Aminah Brenda L. Robinson. In the collection of the Columbus Museum of Art.

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Helping communities reclaim their stories

Interpretive planning & exhibit design for museums and sites of history, culture, conscience, and spirit

Amplifier Experience Design: Interpretive planning & exhibit design for museums and sites of history, culture, conscience, and spirit. Serving communities directly and through existing museums, parks, agencies, planners, architects, and landscape architects. Section 106 mitigation strategies for historic buildings, landscapes, and TCPs. Story-based, place-based design dramaturgy.

We amplify voices that have been silenced or misrepresented in the historical narrative. 

We ally with communities to unearth their stories, celebrate their culture, and manage their own narrative.

 

From strategy to full realization.