Matt Isble

I have more than seventeen years of professional development in the area of exhibit design and installation, working for a variety of institutions and private clientele from Carmel California to Portland Oregon. I received my masters degree in Museum Studies with an emphasis in education and interpretation from John F. Kennedy University. In my current capacity at the Crocker Art Museum I direct the exhibition design and work with both the curatorial and education departments to create engaging museum experiences for visitors. Specialties include: Exhibition design, project management, chief preparator, lighting design, volunteer coordination, and facilities management.

Hi Gang, We can across this nice article (May 9, 2016) about making a support mount for a bowl that ...[Read More]

Hide a cord has it’s place in life and is an essential tool in the technicians toolbox, but it...[Read More]

Imagine pools of wax swooshing around on the floor, moving this way and that, usually in the dead of...[Read More]

Hello MT Community, Here’s a very basic interactive for your museum: a plastic puzzle using a ...[Read More]

We had Ship Art International here the other day to crate our Claire Falkenstein and they whipped ou...[Read More]

We’ve had issues with streaking in out paint jobs.  It’s not always obvious, sometimes i...[Read More]

In our profession, time is often of the essence. If one person can do the same job as two or three o...[Read More]

Hello Everyone, Have you ever had to paint just a massive field of peds or cases? Do it all the time...[Read More]

It’s always nice to display the exhibit catalog if it’s available. It helps further cont...[Read More]

I thought I’d take a moment to share the tool we used to develop two interactives in our galle...[Read More]

It doesn’t matter how new your building is, the floor will be uneven from one side of the room...[Read More]

DIY Tool When Dealing with OZ Clips in Tight Spaces

Hello Everyone, Have you ever had a painting where the space between the painting and its crate or t...[Read More]

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