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Camp Namanu Exhibit at the Oregon Historical Society

I worked with Camp Namanu and the Oregon Historical Society to design an exhibit for the camp's centennial. The show focused on telling an accountable history of both Camp Namanu's inclusive practices, as well as its harmful practices. I was responsible for designing each of the informational displays, 2'x3' acrylic panels which focused on a decade from the 1920s to present day. I worked together with a small team from Camp Namanu to lay out images, text, quotes, and captions, as well as stylize the look and feel of the displays and the exhibit, including the wall decal graphics. The displays were also accompanied by historic artifacts to give context. This show was featured at the Oregon Historical Society from February-May 2024.

Software used: Adobe InDesign, Illustrator

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