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Second Duggal Museum Learning Event Draws Top NYC Curators, Creatives

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Second Duggal Museum Learning Event Draws Top NYC Curators, Creatives

18 designers, directors and curators, representing New York’s top cultural institutions, joined together at Duggal’s Brooklyn Navy Yard production headquarters on April 12th for an exclusive learning event.

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The second session in a new series hosted at Duggal, museum professionals engaged in a working studio session; delving into materials, fabrication and the latest technology that transforms physical space into highly engulfing, engaging, experiential learning environments. The series is hosted and moderated by Marc Lovci, VP of Business Development at Duggal, and is designed to facilitate a lively, ongoing discussion between production experts and leaders in the museum community.

Duggal Inno Lab Speaker

Attendees included; The American Museum of Natural History, Asia Society, Audubon, Birdcraft Museum, Cooper Hewitt: Smithsonian Design Museum, International Center of Photography, Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art, Japan Society, Montclair Art Museum, South Street Seaport Museum and Times Square Alliance.

Duggal Inno Lab Experience

 Duggal Inno Lab Experience Shot

Highlights included the integration and understanding of backlit graphics, photographs, fixtures, and non-traditional substrates, exemplified by Duggal’s recent project, ‘Americans’, on exhibition until 2022 at the National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian in Washington DC, and the Duggal Innovation Lab’s recently released, ‘2018 Architectural Digest award winning’ lightbox technologies.

Duggal Inno Lab Tour

Lovci explains why such events matter to Duggal, ‘We often forget that museums, as we know them today, originated only about 150 years ago, but filled a massive void in the human experience of understanding history, arts, global cultures and the natural world.  Museums remain a treasure trove of learning, wonder and inspiration.  Bringing museum thought leaders together with visual experts could not be more important in helping inspire future generations of artists, explorers, scientists and leaders.”

Duggal is proud of our ongoing relationship with museum professionals to facilitate ongoing museum design conversations. Please watch and consider joining us for future events in the series.