While you may be familiar with modular exhibit systems at trade shows and events, you may be surprised to learn how popular they are with museums. Yet it’s easy to understand why they are such a smart investment for semi-permanent and traveling exhibitions. Nomadic’s exhibit systems are light weight to transport, simple to install, designed for interchangeable graphics, reconfigure for use in multiple venues, and occupy minimal storage space between uses.

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Meet a few of our Museum Clients

 


40th anniversity


The Academy in Pensacola, FL is a subsidiary of the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation. The Academy's mission is to inspire students to seek out challenging courses in science, technology, engineering, and math. To promote their themed learning experiences, Bluewater Display of Jacksonville, created this exhibit to travel to student-centered events around the country. The Academy needed a design flexible enough to fit into 3m, 4.5m, and 6m foot spaces, and look like two rooms. While not on the road the full display is on exhibit at the Naval Aviation Museum.


Carlsbad Caverns

Carlsbad Caverns

This National Park has some of the largest caves in the United States. A popular attraction is the bat night flight watch, when visitors can witness over 400,000 bats leaving the cave at night to feed. To promote the attraction they collaborated with EXHIB-IT! of Albuquerque on this educational exhibit for their visitor center.

 


US Holocaust Museum


The exhibition entitled “Deadly Medicine” remained on view for two years and was subsequently developed into a 4,000 sq. ft. traveling exhibition that continues to tour the United States today. Instand® frames may be set-up as individual units or connected to form continuous walls depending on the venue.

Among the stops on its multi-city tour, the Deadly Medicine exhibit traveled to the National WWII Museum in New Orleans, LA.

 


Thinktank


This award winning science and technology museum in Birmingham, England is located inside the Millennium Point building. The Museum occupies four floors of hands-on displays from natural science specimens to industrial and mechanical devices. Nomadic Display UK created this clever 3.6m tall Instand® pop-up display to welcome and guide visitors to the Museum’s entryway.


world war 2


The WWII Museum was so impressed with the Deadly Medicine exhibit system, they contacted Synergy Design Group of New Orleans to purchase a Nomadic system for their “Manufacturing Victory” exhibit.

They worked with Synergy on a new exhibit this year entitled “Fighting for the Right to Fight” which will go on a two year national tour. The Museum purchased Nomadic systems to integrate and repurpose for this and future exhibitions.

 

To see more examples of innovative solutions for communicating your message, visit our client gallery.

 


Celebrates 40 Years

Nomadic Display Celebrates 40 Years

Nomadic has been designing and building innovative exhibit solutions for clients around the world for four decades. We’re celebrating our ruby anniversary this year. Take a quick trip down memory lane with us in this 5 min timeline