Curator, Tracey-Ann Hooley and Exhibition Designer, Richard Glover create a showcase template, placing objects within helping with the process of designing showcase of Victorian birds for the upcoming Wild: amazing animals in a changing world exhibition.
Credit: Melinda Iser, Source: Museum
Birds selected for display.
Fairy Penguin, Eudyptula minor novaehollandiae / Plumed Whistling-Duck Dendrocygna eytoni / Shy Albatross, Diomedea cauta cauta / Eastern Yellow Robin, Eopsaltria australis
I'm currently getting a new 'look', all my bones have been individually cleaned and freshed up to make me look good for the new exhibition. I'll be standing on my hind legs like the picture below.
I've also added a picture of ramp (second image) that is being built, I'm going to be exhibited down the end near Diprotodon, he's the fellow you can see right at the end of the ramp.
Not long now only one month to go before I'm back on show and you can come and visit me again.
Artist: Kym Haines, Source: Museum Victoria / Credit: Kate Phillips, Source: Museum Victoria
December 17, 2008 09:39 by Margie
Credit: Rodney Start, Source: Museum Victoria
My time had arrived to start the process of getting ready for my new look in the Dinosaur Walk exhibition, I had ALL these men fussing over me (which was just fabulous) making sure I was taken apart in the correct way. I’ve got a video of the whole thing, take a look.
Credit:Benjamin Healley, Source: Museum Victoria
The science and life design team have backgrounds in exhibition design, industrial design, interior design and graphic design. They are creating dynamic environments for the display and interpretation of heritage collection material for this development project.
Concept drawing & elevation of Dinosaur Walk exhibition showing viewing platform.
Credit: Richard Glover, Source: Museum Victoria
Platform template placed in space to establish hanging points in the ceiling| 3D rendered drawing of platform in space.
Credit: Melinda Iser, source: Museum Victoria | Credit: Peter Wilson, Source: Museum Victoria