The Atlanta History Center offers exhibition consulting and curator services for organizations, businesses, or groups interested in creating exhibitions to preserve and display their history. Consulting specializes in interpretive planning, on-site and traveling exhibitions, graphic design, text writing, fabrication, and installation.
In addition, our consultants have worked with businesses, schools and universities, private and public organizations, and other institutions in planning, researching, and developing documentaries or archives.Exhibition consultants have planned exhibitions with budgets that are limited in scope to those with ready financing. We can advise or work with you in developing an appropriate cost to meet your needs.
The Exhibition Consultants Division is directed by Dr. Catherine Lewis, a Professor of History, the Director of the Museum of History and Holocaust Education, and the Coordinator of the Public History Program at Kennesaw State University. She has worked as the Exhibition Consultant Curator since 1997 and has developed and coordinated over thirty exhibitions throughout the U.S. for clients ranging from Ojai Valley Inn and Spa in Ojai, California, to the Four Seasons in Las Colinas near Dallas, Texas.
Local clients include Delta Air Lines, United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, Rabun Gap-Nacochee School, Georgia Institute of Technology, Alston & Bird LLP, East Lake Foundation, Atlanta Daily World, Piedmont Park Conservancy, the Atlanta Regional Commission, and Atlanta Board of Realtors.