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The Exhibit Designer

This weblog is written by designer Christine Lefebvre. It is:
+ a forum to share her work
+ reflections and commentary on visits to museums and exhibitions
+ information about exhibit fabrication processes, materials, and techniques
+ general talk and news about environmental graphic design
+ found inspiration

Christine Lefebvre

Christine Lefebvre designs museum exhibits, graphics, and events. Prior to launching her own design studio she worked for internationally-renowned museum design firms in Boston, MA and Washington, DC. She has ten years’ professional experience in environmental graphic design and holds a BFA in design from Syracuse University. Her work has been recognized by AIGA, the professional association for design; and SEGD, the Society for Environmental Graphic Design.

Christine has volunteered extensively for AIGA. She served on AIGA Boston’s board of directors between 2010 and 2011, and directed the 2011 AIGA Best of New England Design competition and awards show. The past two years she has mentored young designers through AIGA DC’s “Shine” program.

 

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Copyright © Christine Lefebvre and The Exhibit Designer, 2009–2016. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of material from this blog without express and written permission from the owner is prohibited. Content excerpts may be used with permission, provided that full and clear credit is given to Christine Lefebvre and The Exhibit Designer with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

Photographs are intended for commentary purposes and the opinions expressed in this blog belong to Christine Lefebvre and The Exhibit Designer only. All exhibition design shown that is not the author’s own original work is copyright of its respective designers and credited in the accompanying text to the best of the author’s knowledge. If an error has been made in an attribution please contact christine/at/theexhibitdesigner.com.

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