The Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History is Danville, Virginia's center for self-expression through the study and creation of fine arts. It promotes art and history in the Dan River Region and is located in the historic home of Major William T. Sutherlin on Millionaires Row in Danville, Va.
Our second exhibit with this museum focuses on the reconstruction amendments and civil rights in Danville. Interpretive graphics on the
13th (Freedom), 14th (Citizenship), 15th (Voting Rights) amendments and the complex history of their impact in Danville, and the larger US Civil Rights Movement from Jim Crow through Diversity issues still being debated today.
Paris Design worked closely with the museum to develop content, curate images, and produce exhibit graphics.
|Client:||Danville Museum of Fine Art and History|
|Project:||Mending a Nation: Civil Rights in Post-Civil War Danville, Virginia|
|Partners:||Capitol Exhibit Services, Inc|
|Role:||Content Development / Writing / Exhibit & Graphic Design|