• April 6, 2015

    The Adventure of Exhibit Planning IX

    By: Graham Iddon

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    Our little team from the Museum stood in the education space of the Sherbrooke Nature and Science Museum on a chill November morning while the exhibition technicians assembled our finished exhibition. Yes, finished.
    Content type(s): Blog
  • March 11, 2015

    An Exhibition Installation

    By: Graham Iddon

    Rolls of pennies / Rouleaux de monnaie
    You could work in the exhibition-fabrication business all your life and still run into things you wouldn’t expect: a never-ending series of “uh-ohs.” It’s one of the things that makes the job so interesting and demands a high level of creative problem-solving skills…
    Content type(s): Blog
  • February 26, 2015

    New Acquisitions

    By: Raewyn Passmore

    New Acquisitions - What is money but not money? / Nos nouvelles acquisitions - La monnaie dans tous ses états
    What do you think of when you think of money? Is it coins? Is it bank notes? Three-hundred years ago people weren’t sure bank notes were really money; it took a long time for them to get used to the idea.
    Content type(s): Blog
  • January 30, 2015

    Royal Canadian Numismatic Association Convention

    By: David Bergeron, Paul S. Berry

    The show… is an ideal opportunity for the Bank of Canada Museum to share a part of the National Currency Collection with Canadians. This year, we decided to tell the story of Canada’s phantom banks and the financial crisis of 1837.
    Content type(s): Blog
  • January 22, 2015

    The Adventure of Exhibit Planning VIII

    By: Graham Iddon

    On this trip, we were all excited to see the 8-foot-tall wooden panels with the full copy printed directly onto them. Using a new process, staff of the exhibition fabrication department at the Sherbrooke Nature and Science Museum have produced some very impressive results.
    Content type(s): Blog
  • January 14, 2015

    The Adventure of Exhibit Planning VII

    By: Graham Iddon, Louise-Anne Laroche

    An exhibition fabrication company was finally selected by the Museum to produce the upcoming “Voices from the Engraver” travelling exhibition. It’s all very exciting.
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