Dioramas and dinosaur bones are getting a brand new, high-tech home in Salt Lake City’s foothills. After a year-long closure, the new Natural History Museum of Utah reopens to the public this week. Hear about its dramatic architecture, interactive exhibits and collections which span 225 million years.
- Dr. Sarah George, director of Natural History Museum of Utah
- Todd Schliemann, architect
The Design for Good project can be described as design meets humanitarianism, aiming to “use the power of creativity and design to improve the human experience.” Learn more as part of Salt Lake Design Week.
- Doug Powell, president of AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts)
- Tim Lee, Manager and Senior Exhibit Designer, Natural History Museum of Utah; president of AIGA’s Utah chapter
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