Museum at Bethel Woods
Sixties Souvenir Poster Maker
LocationMuseum at Bethel Woods, Bethel, NY
Exhibition DesignGallagher & Associates
A photo booth gives museum visitors the opportunity to frame themselves within 1960s poster art and take their souvenir home.
After capturing a photograph of themselves, visitors can composite their image into an assortment of ’60s-inspired rock posters using zooming and positioning tools. These fun, colorful posters are available for purchase as prints or emails that can be sent directly from the booth.
Press & AwardsThemed Entertainment Association Thea Awards, Museum, 2009Print Magazine, Creativity & Commerce, Honorable Mention 2009“Museum Opens at Woodstock Concert Site,” Associated Press, Michael Hill, June 2, 2008
But this is a 21st century museum dominated by sounds and moving images. It’s hard to find a spot where you can’t overhear a crowd chant or a guitar solo pumping from one exhibit or another. There are five interactive exhibits and 20 films playing here, from kiosk shorts to the 50-foot high, wraparound movie that provides a you-are-there version of the concert.“Taking in the Woodstock Museum,” Time Magazine, Richard Lacayo, May 29, 2008
And the museum itself? It’s entertaining and briskly informative...if you visit the museum, which I recommend, here’s what I would do: play with the interactive screens, admire the replica hippie bus, watch the film clips of Jimi Hendrix and Joan Baez and the Who.
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- Experience Design
- Christian Bannister
- Alberto Cerriteño
- Technology Director
- Thomas Wester
- Lead Systems Developer
- David Brewer
- Jeremy Brown, Oliver McGinnis
- Amber Cartwright
- Production/QA Assistant
- Anna Thomas
- A/V Integration
- McCann Systems
- Exhibit Design
- Gallagher & Associates