California Museum "Uprooted"
This fully rebuilt, technology-enhanced signature exhibit focuses on the mass incarceration of Japanese Americans during WWII and explores how they responded to their forced removal and incarceration, ranging from quiet endurance to heroic valor to conscientious resistance. The exhibit also highlights Japanese Americans’ ongoing efforts to ensure no other groups experience similar civil rights violations.
CRĒO was responsible for project management, final design support, detailing and engineering, exhibit fabrication, graphic production, space prep coordination, artifact mounting, and installation.
We were glad to have selected CREO to fabricate our exhibition. Throughout the project, their communication was excellent, and they went above and beyond to ensure that we were satisfied. The components show careful craftsmanship and quality materials, and installation was unusually smooth. Although our project was probably on the smaller side for them, they gave it their full attention. Without question, I will be reaching out to CREO for future projects.