The following museums and organizations are now ASTC members:
Einstein jumps out of the textbook with Marc Spiegel’s Einstein Alive!, a school assembly program that blends science with history and entertainment. Programs for elementary and middle school students cover everything from how things move to the theory for relativity in a fun-filled, dynamic presentation.
LHSA+DP, New York City
Founded in 1980, LHSA+DP aims to find the compelling narrative in every situation and create a product that enriches the lives of the client and the community. This innovative firm’s services include architecture, exhibits, graphics, interiors, and planning.
The Elumenati, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Design and engineering firm The Elumenati designs custom installations and immersive environments for museums, festivals, and other agencies. Their work has been used by Discovery Place, the Manitoba Museum, Cirque du Soleil, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), among others.
Worldfx, Cincinnati, Ohio
Worldfx creates state-of-the-art, realistic visualizations of our planet. Their work includes inflatable models of the earth, murals, globes, and custom products from satellite images.
Aspen Science Center, Colorado
The Aspen Science Center was founded to bring science into the lives of the community and use the power of science to create a better future. With a wide range of projects and educational programs, the center is a key institution for youth, teachers, and the larger community.
1001 Inventions, London, United Kingdom
1001 Inventions is an award-winning science and cultural heritage brand, showcasing a thousand years of Muslim scientific and cultural achievements that have shaped the modern world through exhibitions, educational programs, books, films, and more.
Landwave AE, Arlington, Virginia
Since 2001, Frank Ebbert, principal architect of Landwave AE, has designed using science and art to create environmentally friendly and sustainable buildings.
Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum, Denver, Colorado
Housed in a 150,000-square-foot, 1930s-era former Air Force hangar, the museum maintains a collection of more than 45 aircraft and space vehicles. A capital campaign is underway to develop a 15-acre on-airport facility with two major galleries, an active aircraft ramps, a control tower, and more.
CyberTouch, Inc., Newbury Park, California
CyberTough develops and markets custom and integrated touch screen displays and frames for walls, tables, and kiosks. Founded in 1982, this company counts the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, and NASA among its clients.
IMAX Corporation, Santa Monica, California
Back as an ASTC member after a six-year hiatus, IMAX not only partners with 738 theaters in 53 countries, but also uses its patented technology to enhance blockbuster movies and create documentaries.
Peredvinperssonconsulting, Helsingfors, Finland
Per-Edvin (Pelle) Persson, former director of Heureka, the Finnish Science Centre, Vantaa, has launched his consultancy. Services include CEO coaching, strategic planning, and corporate identity development. Persson became an ASTC Fellow in 2007 and served as ASTC president in 2004 to 2005.
Valenta Consulting, Chesterfield, Missouri
Carol Valenta retired from the Saint Louis Science Center in 2013 and opened her consultancy soon after, offering educational program development and management consulting.
Is your organization an ASTC member? If not, learn about membership at www.astc.org/membership.