A lively video with original music introduces Jefferson and his passion for books, his penchant for collecting them, and their relationship to the early development of the Library of Congress.
A rich motion graphics story on a disjointed canvas evokes the fear of the AIDS crisis in the 1980s and its political ramifications.
Two large, motion graphics presentations outline the major battles of the Civil War before and after the Battle of Gettysburg.
Two cinema-sized screens dramatically flank the room’s entrance, presenting larger-than-life previews of the treasures on display inside the Exploring the Early Americas exhibition.
Through two apertures in this period-inspired, moveable peep-show, visitors can peer into the colorful past of Portland’s Armory building.