CREATIVE SPACES FOR JOHN CURTIN GALLERY
CARROLUP COOLINGAH WIRN EXHIBITION
Engaged by Creative Spaces, we were briefed on delivering a range of graphics and signage needed for an exhibition at John Curtin Gallery.
Carrolup coolingah wirn (the spirit of Carrolup children) is an exhibition featuring artwork created by Noongar children of the Stolen Generations at Carrolup Native Settlement in the late 1940s.
Our team worked with Creative Spaces’ comprehensive signage schedule to deliver a range of exhibition graphics to respectfully honour the artwork and artefacts of this meaningful exhibit.
WHAT WE DELIVERED
We conducted a site survey and measure of the exhibit space within the gallery and where needed recommended different products and signage applications.
We produced and installed wall graphics and vinyl cuts to provide a backdrop for the displays inside the gallery.
We produced exhibition panels of various sizes used to display imagery and information. We printed to self adhesive vinyl and applied to ACM, edge wrapping the sides. We then applied split batons to the reverse, allowing the exhibition signs to be hung to the walls.
Carrolup coolingah wirn exhibition provides a professionally presented showcase within the John Curtin Gallery.
As a means of showcasing and labelling artwork, information and artefacts, the graphics and signage help to respectfully honour the truths of the children and their families.
Photos supplied by Creative Spaces. Photographer Aaron Brown.