Eight unique interactives allow visitors to apprentice with GRAMMY Award–winning producers and engineers to make creative decisions in hands-on production experiences.

Three interactive stations present the cities and people that changed the sound of American music since the 1880s, while a dynamic projection of the United States plots visitor choices of musical epicenters overhead.

Groups of visitors delve into music and words on this large-format interactive table to explore the diversity of the musical landscape and the interconnections between musical genres.

On dozens of myLOC stations deployed throughout the Library of Congress, visitors can learn about the architecture around them, play a treasure hunt–like game of discovery, and collect items on display for exploring in more detail online.

A unique woven interface exemplifies the design, purpose, and community of Skylab Architects’ innovative Weave Building.

A dynamic timeline serves up an archive of images to tell the story of Oregon’s history in diverse, personalized presentations.