March 29: Behind-the-Scenes: Living with Animals

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March 29 | 6 – 8 PM | San Diego Museum of Man // Panama 66

Join the San Diego Emerging Museum Professionals and the Society for Experiential Graphic Design as we get a behind-the-scenes tour of San Diego Museum of Man’s newest exhibit: “Living with Animals”.

Erika Katayama, Director of Exhibits, Kate Clyde, Fabrication Manager, and Sarah Crawford, Exhibit Developer, will share insight into the exhibit design process, the players involved and how they achieved the end result.

After the tour, join EMP and SEGD for libations at Panama 66!

6pm-7pm – Living with Animals Tour
7pm-8pm – Drinks at Panama 66

RSVP Here!


About the Exhibit
Throughout history, we’ve formed all kinds of relationships with all kinds of animals and encounter them everywhere in our daily lives. They cuddle up with us on the couch, crawl silently through our walls, sit on our dinner plates, and more.

But whether we see an animal as a pet, a pest, or food has changed over time and across cultures, making our relationships with them dynamic and complex to say the least.

Take a journey with us and discover all the surprising, unique, and inspiring ways that we live with animals. You’ll find we’re not human without them!header_image.png

About our Partners
SEGD San Diego is the local chapter of the Society for Experiential Graphic Design; the multidisciplinary community of professionals creating experiences that connect people to place. We are a global network of graphic and information designers, fabricators, exhibition designers, user experience designers, brand strategists, wayfinding specialists, technologists, teachers, and students who have a hand in shaping content-rich, experiential spaces. Learn more here.

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Don’t miss this awesome event, RSVP Here!

Cheers,

San Diego EMP

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