Museum Display Panels


Silvertop Graphics has designed museum display panels for a variety of projects with Linda Norris, Riverhill Partners, Treadwell, NY. Shown above:

“Telling Sayre’s Stories” —
Panel designs used as part of the museum installation The assignment was to evoke the turn of the last century while maintaining a contemporary feel. Sayre Historical Society, Sayre, PA.

“Passing On the Comfort” —
A traveling exhibit created for the Mennonite Central Committee and and the International Menno Simons Center. The exhibit presents the story of An Tichelaar, a Dutch Mennonite woman who sheltered refugees and resistance workers. Quilts made by Mennonites in the Americas and distributed in Europe during World War II were a central artifact and theme. A Dutch version was also made for exhibition in the Netherlands.

“Respect for Diversity” —
A traveling exhibit for the Upstate History Alliance showing the the importance of considering diversity in museum presenting.

“Montgomery Connections” —
A series of 12 outdoor banners that personalize the lesser known aspects of Montgomery County’s history. Viewers are encouraged to call to hear recorded personal histories. The tri-lingual banners target this community’s English, Spanish and Chinese language populations.

“Barber Conable” —
Panels were combined with artifacts from US Congressman Barber Conable in a family-friendly presentation about the impact government and public service has on peoples lives.

“Welcome to Mt. Utsayantha” —
A set of five on-site panels provide visitors with location map and the history of the mountain and the fire tower.