museum exhibit design & interactive experiences
RKO Workshop represents the collaborative efforts of a core trio of partners and the considered contributions of an extended network of specialists. Artisans all, we focus our efforts squarely on crafting exhibit designs and interactive experiences for museums that bring together art, artifacts, history, storytelling, education and entertainment. These compelling environments and points of engagement — both virtual and physical — are intended to honor and elevate the subject matter they feature while engaging the senses and stimulating the imagination of the visitor.
A compelling experience means careful consideration, detailed planning and custom craft. It’s more than just than an aesthetic. It’s an ethic that transports visitors beyond the technology of touchscreens, projections and computers and moves them into a world of engagement.
Every project starts with the identification of focused educational objectives. These represent the critical foundation upon which we build every experience.
From initial planning to application interface development to physical fixtures and installations, we seamlessly weave our work into their defined environments.
Through touch and gesture interfaces, augmented reality, 3D animation, social sharing and more, we look to create an atmosphere of intuitive discovery for every visitor.
Our goal is create experiences where learning, creativity and conversation are freely fostered, facilitated by technology in an engaging yet natural manner.
what people are saying...
in the press
- Christmas Truce: A century ago during World War I, guns went silent | Kansas City Star
- Museums Want to Entertain You (and That’s Not a Bad Thing) | The Atlantic
- Innovations of World’s Fairs past dazzle anew at the Nelson-Atkins | The Pitch
- World’s designs come to Nelson-Atkins | Kansas City Star
- Nelson exhibit presents sculptor Rodin at his peak | Kansas City Star
- Best Blockbuster Art Exhibit: Monet’s Water Lilies | The Pitch
- Water Lilies’ drives attendance at Nelson | Kansas City Star
- Monet’s ‘Water Lilies” at Kansas City Museum | Boston.com
- Monet’s ‘Water Lilies” gets high-tech treatment | Kansas City Star
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