Design consultation, fabrication, and installation services for 2,000 square feet of exhibits. Utilizing the Museum’s rich collection of artifacts, Formations collaborated with the client to create a succinct narrative about the people and culture of Nome, Alaska.

Through graphic panels, electronic interactives, and an extensive artifact collection, visitors learn about the native people who have lived in the Nome area for thousands of years, discover the origins of the Iditarod, witness the impact of the gold rush on a once quiet town, and use a recreated telephone booth to listen to stories about life in Nome as told by those who lived it.

Client: Carrie M. McLain Memorial Museum; Nome, Alaska