Monday, January 12, 2009

Denver Community Museum: a case study in pictures

A while back I wrote a posting about the idea of the Denver Community Museum. Recently, I went to see it in person, and met with founder Jaime Kopke. I figured seeing it would be better than writing about it, so below are highlights in a "how to" format (in the hopes that it will serve as a point of inspiration). A more in-depth interview will be posted in coming weeks. For me, this had to be one of the most inspirational museum visits of 2008, and reinforced that easy-to-remember-not-always-easy-to-follow mantra K.I.S.S.:

Denver Community Museum, mortati, kopke, gyroscope

Denver Community Museum, mortati, kopke, gyroscope
Denver Community Museum, mortati, kopke, gyroscope
Denver Community Museum

Denver Community Museum, mortati, kopke, gyroscope


Denver Community Museum, mortati, kopke, gyroscope
Denver Community Museum, mortati, kopke, gyroscope

Denver Community Museum, mortati, kopke, gyroscope

Denver Community Museum, mortati, kopke, gyroscope

2 comments:

Denver Community Museum said...

Hi Maria,

Thanks for posting - excited for a possible dual-city challenge!

Maria Mortati said...

Me too! Was great to meet with you again last week.