New Course: Planning and Designing Interpretive Panels
MS270: Planning and Designing Interpretive Panels NEW COURSE
May 18 to June 12, 2020
Instructor: John Veverka
The Planning, design and text copy development for interpretive panels is a practical “how to do it” course for you to develop updated or new interpretive panels for heritage sites, historic homes, natural areas, zoos and other related sites. Panels are the most widely use interpretive media, world-wide, to quickly present a message or story to site visitors in a memorable fashion. We will look at the interpretive planning process, interpretive design concerns, interpretive text writing for panels, panel fabrication materials, panel pre-testing evaluation, and even how to write a RFP (request for proposal) to have your panels fabricated. This is an important course for any interpretive staff member, planner, designer or manager.
The course includes an e-copy of John’s Interpretive Planning Textbook, and a e-copy of John’s new “The Interpretive Trails Book”.
For more information: https://www.collectioncare.org/planning-and-designing-interpretive-panels