The following museums and organizations are now ASTC members:
Bay Area Discovery Museum, Sausalito, California
Framed by the Golden Gate Bridge, this museum is designed to ignite creative thinking in children. It features art studios, exhibits that re-create local sites and habitats, and 7.5 acres of outdoor exhibitions. The Center for Childhood Creativity extends the museum’s mission by bringing the latest research to parents and educators to help them raise a new generation of creative thinkers.
Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos, New Mexico
Ranked fifth in American Mensa’s list of top 10 science museums, Bradbury Science Museum highlights Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Manhattan Project roots and current research through exhibits such as Supercomputers, Algae to Biofuels, and Nanotechnology.
Science Play-Space Initiative (SPI Spot), Mount Vernon, Ohio
SPI Spot works to enhance its community by bringing people of all ages together to explore science and technology through play. The small center debuted in 2012 and hired its first paid employees in 2013, allowing for expanded operating hours and increased science programming.
CineMuse, Inc., Sunnyside, New York
CineMuse supports a network of museums, universities, and science centers that use high-definition technology to present CineMuse programs to their audiences. The company’s library features nearly 400 programs from producers such as BBC Worldwide, Discovery Enterprise International, and NHK, as well as many original CineMuse Studio productions.
Cinnabar, Los Angeles, California
Founded in 1982, Cinnabar provides exhibit design, content preparation, information delivery systems, and specialty fabrication in its 45,000-spuare-foot production facility. Clients include the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Discovery Science Center in Santa Ana, California, and the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, among others.
Pacific Studio, Seattle, Washington
Pacific Studio is an exhibit design and fabrication company with a mission to provide quality products, creative solutions, and the best in production, support, and fabrication services. Pacific Science Center and the Museum of Flights, both in Seattle, and the Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum in Reno are among Pacific Studio’s clients.
Trillium Productions, LLC, Evanston, Illinois
This company was founded in 1984 by independent filmmaker and producer Roger Brown. Clients include PBS, National Geographic, Discovery Channel, and Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History, among others.
Is your organization an ASTC member? If not, learn about membership at www.astc.org/membership.