exhibit timeline.

Week of November 9-13:
• Meeting with Richard Gutman at J&W
• Go over timeline, budget, questions and clarifications regarding the roles of the Museum and the students

November 19:
• Public Humanities student group meeting
• Define narrative arc, research objectives, and tone of the exhibition

December 7:
• Initial Conceptual Design Meeting with exhibit designer

December 7-14:
• Programming and Exhibit Groups meet
• Coordinate plans prior to main phase of research

December 15-January 27:
• Winter Break = Research/Writing period
• Choose objects for the wish list
• Select images
• Acquire permissions for images if necessary
• Programming and exhibition groups remain in contact electronically

January 28:
• Public Humanities student group meeting
• Finalize wish list of objects to submit to the Museum

Date TBD:
• Submit wish list of objects to the Museum

Date TBD:
• Students and Museum agree on final checklist of objects

February 11-18:
• Public Humanities students edit all texts

February 25:
• Preliminary Design Phase begins
• Full draft of all content due to designer

March 11-18:
• Final editing and review of design with designer
• Final typesetting

March 25-April 8:
• Fabrication of panels and labels

April 8-15:
• Installation at the Museum

April 15 [Opening Reception]:
• Begin public programming

May 15:
• Conclude any events relating to public programming.
• The passport / map program, cell phone tours, scvngr hunts, or other programs that don’t require significant administration could continue over the summer

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