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Exhibition Hub is a curator, producer, and distributor of large exhibitions across the world, from Brazil to China. We deliver edutainment experiences to wide audiences and adapt our productions to any kind of venue: from museums, exhibition centers, and galleries to shopping malls, old churches, historical places, and other unique spots.
Since we started in 2015, we have produced more than 70 exhibitions across the world and have reached more than 6 million visitors.
Nowadays, Exhibition Hub focuses more and more on immersive experiences. Digital art exhibitions are a perfect example. We animate for instance masterpieces of Van Gogh or Claude Monet. We offer a spectacular 360° light and music show as well as a unique virtual reality experience.
For more than 50 years, the Walt Disney Archives has carefully safeguarded the most treasured items from The Walt Disney Company’s history, including original scripts, movie props and costumes, Walt Disney’s correspondence and script notes, theme park artifacts, merchandise, millions of archival photographs, and many of Walt’s personal effects. Founded by Disney Legend Dave Smith in 1970, the Walt Disney Archives is a vital resource for every part of Disney, as well as an important research center for Disney scholars, researchers, and writers. The Archives also shares its countless pieces with Disney fans everywhere through its exhibitions and close association with D23: The Official Disney Fan Club.
The Kunstpalast is the art museum of the city of Düsseldorf. As a lively house of art, it offers a sense of identification to all Düsseldorf citizens and seeks to inspire and encourage participation.
The Kunstpalast is located in the Ehrenhof, a unique art déco ensemble of the 1920s, which was extended by renowned Cologne architect Oswald Mathias Ungers. The building encompasses 10.000 m² of exhibition and event spaces. It also includes the Robert Schumann Hall, an outstanding concert hall holding 800 seats, as well as a shop, café and library.
Culturenut is a global agora, a marketplace where cultural institutions can buy, sell and exchange idle assets. The cultural world places tons of waste in landfills annually and this platforms provides an immediate solution. CultureNut was developed in 2019 to assist the international cultural world in recycling and up cycling idle assets. A portion of CultureNut proceeds benefits local, regional and International arts Initiatives through the L’etoile du Nord Cultural Foundation.
CultureNut is committed to the continued mission of recycling, up-cycling and reusing our resources. We ask you to do your part and ask one simple question? Do you need to throw it away or could someone else use it? If you think you need to throw it away, call us first.
HOW & WHAT
Utilizing a global distribution platform, CultureNut
provides the cultural community a means to sell excess
and idle inventory (exhibitions, exhibits, furniture, cases,
hardware, media, computers, components, crates,
frames, and more).
Don’t throw away what you are not using! There is an
institution who can put that idle asset of yours to good
use. Your CFO will appreciate making your institution a
little GREEN while proving your institution’s commitment
to sustainability initiatives.
WHEN & WHO
We send a newsletter once a month to buyers in the cultural
community, including museums, science centers, history centers,
zoos and aquariums, cultural centers, historic homes,
university and college art museums and galleries, etc.
You can always go to our website to see everything that is
available for sale at www.culturenut.com.
Exhibition for shopping centers,airports and other locations to
increase customer frequency
Interactive experience exhibitions turn shopping into a leisure time activity for young and old. The shopping EXPERIENCE is the key to the success for shopping centres, city centres and specialised retail centres. Interactive experience exhibitions turn shopping into a leisure time activity for young and old.
Consumer temples and shopping arcades are things of the past: our manifold exhibitions on current topics turn shopping centres
& streets into EXPERIENCE CENTRES.
TELL STORIES – EXPERIENCE ADVENTURES
Immerse your visitors in the mysterious age of dragons or an Arabian fairy tale. Invite them to a safari through your location, where Africa’s Big 5 can be discovered or transform your location into a nature-oriented hideaway with TREExhibition.
We bring ideas and motifs to life and develop interactive exhibitions for shopping malls, castles, airports and other well-frequented venues, creating a WOW experience for your visitors that will be remembered for a long time. Nature lovers, for example, have the opportunity to playfully explore important facts about forests with our adventure ball tracks. Together we inspire young and old.
Curious now? Browse through our experience worlds and see for yourself!
Triebold Paleontology, Inc. designs and operates traveling exhibits. We primarily feature Savage Ancient Seas, an exhibit that showcases the animals in the ocean when the dinosaurs were alive, and Darwin and Dinosaurs, a show that features dinosaurs and Charles Darwin artifacts to teach about evolution and the history of the idea.
TPI works with institutions and museums all over the world helping them design fossil exhibits. We build and supply materials for those exhibits as well.
We regularly add new skills and capabilities and love inventing new and better ways of doing things. If you would like help with your exhibit, fossil themed or not, we would love to hear from you!
If you would like to book one of our traveling shows, please reach out!
We are a transdisciplinary collective collaborating in the cultural, scientific and technological sectors. We create innovative multi-media and educational location-based experiences that are designed to generate, through sensorial and wordless journeys, a feeling of belonging and resonance with the living world.
Spectacular Expeditions are emotional journeys that re-enchant our understanding of the Earth’s biodiversity. Like Alice in the land of Darwin, visitors walk through giant 360° cinematic installations to immerse themselves in the secret world of living species, endowed with super-sensory powers to hear, see, smell and feel the world like never before. This series of Spectacular Expeditions magnify our understanding, empathy and perception of the living world, based on applied neuroscientific research.
Sensory Odyssey’s essential differentiation is our quest to explore the potential of technologies to tell the stories of the myriad of imperceptible interconnections occurring in the living world around us. We embody a new generation of qualitative entertainment experiences, with sustainable values.
The perennial nature and profitability of this new extraordinary medium is ensured by its adaptability to a touring format, both in terms of its contents and its structure.
Proposing immersive technologies to promote art for large audiences. Telling passionate stories in an attractive and interactive settings, conveying a real pleasure and knowledge. Federating audiences around artistes, monuments and cultural heritage venues. “Grand Palais Immersif” is a subsidiary brunch of the Réunion des Musées Nationaux – Grand Palais, producing, distributing and programming digital immersive exhibitions.
Proposing for cultural venues, innovative, original, sensorial and meaningful experiences, Grand Palais Immersif aims to federate cross-generations’ large audiences, in France and all around the world. It opens the doors of art to all; neophytes and art lovers will be surprised by the new large scale immersive formats, the technological, narrative and interactive innovations – highly esthetic and scientific contents.
Art exhibit focused on wild animal conservation. Exhibit brings attention to wild animals and combines art and science to both educate and inspire change.
Founded by Henri Langlois in 1936, La Cinémathèque française is cinema’s living memory. Its remarkable international holding comprises 40,000 films, some of them extremely rare, from the birth of cinema up to the present. La Cinémathèque also has collections of movie equipment, costumes, models, sets, posters, photographs, manuscrits, books and drawings…
In 2005, La Cinémathèque française moved to new premises designed by Frank O. Gehry at 51 Rue de Bercy in Paris. There it has blossomed as a living centre for the cinema ethos, in a rapidly developing neighbourhood offering a broad public a fresh, varied cultural choice.
La Cinémathèque française is a non-profit association subsidized by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication via the CNC(National Centre of Cinematography). La Cinémathèque française organises two major temporary exhibitions every year. They highlight the aesthetic and technical specificity of the cinema, as well as its complex and ever fascinating connections with other art forms – such as painting, drawing, design, photography and video. Their curators are chosen for their scientific abilities and their creativity. They reinvent the 600m² space in collaboration with talented set designers such as Nathalie Crinière, Pascal Rodriguez or Scenografia Agency. All contributors work with the exciting ambition to find new ways to show cinema as a subject (screened, broadcast, edited, and sometimes merely fantasised or transformed).
La Cinémathèque française presents alternately patrimonial exhibitions (German Expressionist Cinema, Magical Lanterns) and contemporary exhibitions (Gus Van Sant, Chris Marker, Jacques Demy) displaying mainly rare pieces coming from its rich archive funds, institutional partners or private collections. Film and photographic works created specially for the exhibitions and produced by La Cinémathèque complete the picture.
These temporary exhibitions are accompanied with numerous activities, such as conferences, readings, panels, workshops, guided tours, development of online content and co-publication of prestigious catalogues (with Gallimard, La Martinière, Skira, Flammarion, Steidl).
In 2021, La Cinémathèqude française reopens its museum. It evolves and changes entirely. From now on, your visit is in the company of the most famous director in history: Georges Méliès. This genius accompanies visitors on a fanatstic journey, a journey through time, to trace the history of cinema.