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Kathy Curry

A cause for celebration

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The U’mista Cultural Centre in Alert Bay, BC asked us for help with an amazing project. After many years away, a fantastic Chilkat blanket was brought back to the community. What a cause for celebration! The blanket was quite precious and they needed a large case to house it and…

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Ingenious!

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Introducing Storyteller Reusable Graphic System, another great flexible solution from Logic Exhibit System Storyteller does for graphics what Logic does for exhibit structures We are very proud and excited to introduce Storyteller. Storyteller is a flexible, reusable graphic solution to help you present more stories, more often. Helping you stay…

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Landfill is for losers

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A common lament We attended the BCMA Conference in Victoria, British Columbia last year; not as exhibitors but as workshop participants. We wanted to hear, first hand, what people were saying about the challenges they face in their museums and cultural centres. A curator of a small museum summed it…

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Logic Exhibit System at Britannia Mine Museum

Hope to see you at the CMA Conference!

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Are you going to the CMA? If you haven’t already booked your trip to beautiful Vancouver British Columbia for the next Canadian Museums Association Conference, you’d better get planning! There are going to be some amazing sessions and discussions, not to mention the fun filled evening events (click on the link…

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Road Trip!

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  A follow up with the Coos History Museum Coos History Museum in Oregon was the first stop on our summer road trip (https://cooshistory.org/). We wanted to touch base and see how they are making out with their Logic Exhibit System. It was great to meet some new staff members…

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40+ years in the making

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Origin of the big idea “There has got to be a better way!” That is the ‘big idea’ behind the creation of the Logic Exhibit System. David Jensen, the inventor of the Logic Exhibit System, began his career in a small local museum, designing exhibits. He quickly learned that large…

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