Coinciding with Canada 150 celebrations and the 100th anniversary of when National Historic Sites (NHS) were first established in Canada, this exhibit was developed to highlight a prominent NHS from each province and territory. Produced by Canadian Heritage, in partnership with Parks Canada, the exhibit made use of the Canada 150 brand guidelines to create a bright and engaging presentation along the Château Laurier terrace.

Due to a highly positive reception, the exhibit travelled across the country, but was also reworked as smaller printable panels and digital screen for smaller and online presentations.

Client

Canadian Heritage

Services

Exhibit design; Exhibit graphic design; Industrial design; Spatial planning; Vector illustration

‘Explore Our Stories’
‘Explore Our Stories’
‘Explore Our Stories’
‘Explore Our Stories’

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Steve Dezort
Canadian Heritage


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