On her very first day with the company, Amy accompanied Derek over to the Berkshires to get a hands-on, hard-hats-on view of the Berkshire Museum. Any day you have to wear protective gear at work is a good day, right?
Don't answer that.
The Museum has been closed since late December in the midst of a top-to-bottom renovation that will drastically improve the facilities and make the experience of visiting even more exciting. Included in the project is the creation of the Feigenbaum Hall of Innovation, a permanent place in the museum that explores the creative process and examines what it takes to develop an idea from concept to completion.
The space itself leads by example, allowing visitors to meander through different stories of innovation and make the most of the inspiration provided. Derek and Amy took measurements for the Museum's wayfinding signage, delivered some exhibit graphics and got Sherrill Ingalls, the Museum's marketing head, to sit still long enough to enjoy a little lunch.
The Museum re-opens its doors on Saturday, March 29th, and we're excited to see what comes next!
Check out how innovative the Berkshire Museum can be!
The World in Miniature gets a BIG upgrade.
Sherrill shows Derek how blurry things can be on a construction site.*
* Blurry photography provided by our own sure-handed Amy Stevens. In her defense, she took the photos while riding a railroad hand-car driven by this woman: