Plaza Bridge Exhibit
Plaza Bridge is a vehicular and pedestrian bridge that crosses the Rideau Canal just south of the Ottawa locks. Every summer since 2005, Plaza Bridge has been used by Canadian Heritage as the site of an outdoor, photo exhibit. The site receives significant pedestrian traffic and the location offers the opportunity to showcase important Canadian national and international milestones in a visually-compelling exhibit.
We were hired by Canadian Heritage to develop the exhibit for the summers of 2016 and 2017. We were responsible for the site layout, design development and final design, as well as for details, image correction, graphic layout and production art.
Exhibit Design, Graphic Design, Site Planning, Photo Editing, Illustration, Project Management, and Art Direction
Canadian Heritage Project Team
A GREATER SISTERHOOD In 2016, the Department of Canadian Heritage (PCH), in partnership with Library and Archives Canada (LAC), displayed an exhibit of large portraits to celebrate the centennial of women’s suffrage in Canada, as well as showcase prominent women in Canadian politics, arts and culture. The exhibit was displayed in Ottawa downtown Ottawa from July to October 2016.
SHAPING A NATION In 2017, the Department of Canadian Heritage (PCH), in partnership with Library and Archives Canada (LAC), celebrated Canada’s sesquicentennial by presenting an outdoor exhibit about Confederation. This exhibit was displayed in the downtown core of Ottawa from July to October 2017.