The Arctic is an area full of great tales, and great change. The Captain Cook Exhibition at the Anchorage Museum explores the legacy of Cook’s 18th century Arctic voyage and how many of the issues facing the North during that time are still relevant today. The Anchorage Museum worked with NGX to create two exhibits that highlight the shifting Arctic landscape and the many questions it raises. The traveling exhibition toured to the Washington State History Museum.
The New Northwest Passage interactive consists of unique digital surveys that ask visitors their opinions on Arctic issues and shows how other visitors have responded. The Shifting Arctic Landscape projection table is a stunning visual exploration of the scientific and geopolitical issues facing “The New North”. Featuring dynamic text, imagery, maps, and custom-designed infographics and animations, this projection video gives visitors a thought-provoking look at the Arctic’s fascinating and ever-changing story.
“It was great working with NGX. We are happy with how the media exhibits…they’ve been a big hit already! ”
Ryan Kenny, Director of Exhibition Anchorage Museum