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Spotlight on Broadway

Spotlight on Broadway

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The Commissioner of Media and Entertainment, New York, retained Sheppard Gallagher to project manage Spotlight on Broadway, a virtual “museum” of the history of Broadway. This citywide project includes short documentary films on each of the 40 Broadway theatres, a website, mobile application, and an on-site installation in Times Square. Project partners include the Broadway League, Times Square Alliance, The Museum of the City of New York, New York Public Library, the Shubert Organization, Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York.

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Harley-Davidson Museum

Harley-Davidson Museum

Harley-Davidson Museum

Sheppard Gallagher collaborated on the overall content strategy, developed the exhibitions, and provided project management for the first-ever Harley-Davidson Museum. The firm identified, assembled, and managed a team of exhibition designers, media producers, and curators and provided interface with project architect and sub-contractors. For more than five years, Sheppard Gallagher worked with Harley-Davidson to allocate budget resources for and generally manage the establishment of the 150,000 sq.ft. museum, in which over 40,000 square feet of exhibition galleries celebrate the history and culture of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company.

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Doris Duke’s Shangri La:
Architecture, Design and Islamic Art

Doris Duke’s Shangri La:
Architecture, Design and Islamic Art

Museum of Art and Design

For a traveling exhibition organized by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the firm provided project management services including design, fabrication, registration, and travel coordination to seven venues around the country.

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Eero Saarinen: Shaping the Future

Eero Saarinen: Shaping the Future

For a traveling exhibition organized by The Finnish Cultural Institute-New York, the Museum of Finnish Architecture, Yale University School of Architecture, and the National Building Museum. The firm supervised the exhibition’s organization, management and tour to ten venues around the world.

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The Green House:
New Directions 
in Sustainable Architecture

The Green House:
New Directions 
in Sustainable Architecture

National Building Museum

The Glide House, a prefabricated, modern, environmentally sustainable house designed in 2004, was a centerpiece of The Green House, the first major exhibition to explore the field of green residential design, which opened at the National Building Museum in 2006. Sheppard Gallagher conducted the product research and specified all the furniture, fixtures, and products for the Glide House display. After its showing in Washington DC, The Green House traveled throughout the United States.

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Harley-Davidson 100th Anniversary

Harley-Davidson 100th Anniversary Celebration

Open Road Tour

For its 100th anniversary, Harley-Davidson celebrated its brand and history by launching a world tour of events, exhibits, and concerts in ten cities around the world, including Los Angeles, Toronto, Sydney, Tokyo, Barcelona, Hamburg, and Milwaukee. As part of the tour, Sheppard Gallagher conceived, developed and managed the production of some 80,000 square feet of exhibitions.

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Harley-Davidson: Designing Customs

Harley-Davidson: Designing Customs

Milwaukee

Harley-Davidson Motor Company celebrated its 105th anniversary in 2008 with a four-day celebration in Milwaukee that featured concerts, a motorcycle parade, exhibits, and street parties all over the city. For the milestone, Sheppard Gallagher conceived and produced a 15,000 sq.ft. exhibition on the design, styling, and engineering of Harley-Davidsons and co-produced a DVD commemorating the anniversary.

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Harley-Davidson Portable Exhibits

Harley-Davidson Portable Exhibits

Harley-Davidson

Sheppard GALLAGHER was hired by Harley-Davison to create portable exhibits their dealers could rent for their special events. The firm created three exhibits on themes of popular culture and engineering


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New York City Orders Madison Square Garden To Move In Ten Years

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Madison Square Garden

New York, New York

Madison Square Garden called in Sheppard Gallagher to organize its holdings of more than 70,000 items, ranging from sports memorabilia to rock and roll ephemera. The assignment resulted in the design of a custom database and the complete cataloguing and digitization of a collection that represents many streams of American culture.