Hal Tiné - Exhibit Design Selected Resumé

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Exhibit Design
FRENCH FOUNDING FATHER, Lafayette in Washington’s America
  American History Workshop, New-York Historical Society, NY, NY 2008
TELLING LIVES
  American History Workshop, New-York Historical Society, NY, NY 2005
PERMANENT EXHIBIT
  Proposal, American History Workshop, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Cincinnati, OH 2000
PERMANENT EXHIBIT
  Proposal, American History Workshop, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Home and Presidential Library, Hyde Park, NY 1999
HISTORIC RESTORATION AND EXHIBIT
  Proposal, American History Workshop, Laurel Hill School Foundation, Laurel Hill, VA 1999
BUILDING REVOVATION EXHIBIT AND LIGHT SCULPTURE
  Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY 1998
PERMANENT EXHIBIT
  Proposal, American History Workshop, Reynolda House Museum, Winston-Salem, NC 1998
PERMANENT EXHIBIT AND CARAVEL RECONSTRUCTION
  Proposal, American History Workshop, Heritage Harbor Museum, Providence, RI 1997
DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE, ENID HAUPT PAVILLION
  New York Botanical Gardens, Bronx, NY 1996
URBAN/SUBURBAN: The Architecture of Purchase College
  Neuberger Museum of Art , Purchase College, Purchase, NY 1996
THEATER DISTRICT VISITORS CENTER EXHIBITION AND MEDIA SHOW
  MariahVision3 Productions, Buffalo Urban Cultural Park, Buffalo, NY 1994
MISTY MOONLIGHT DINER
  Franchise Restaurant Proposal, MariahVision3 Productions, Alexandria, VA 1994
NITE HAWKS
  Theme Park Ride and Experience, Proposal, MariahVision3 Productions, Alexandria, VA 1993
GARDEN PAVILLION
  Philadelphia Zoo, Philadelphia, PA 1988
TERCENTENARY GARDENS EXHIBIT, PHILADELPHIA FLOWER SHOW
  Pennsylvania Horticulture Society, Philadelphia, PA 1987
LIBERTIES WITH LIBERTY
  Peter Wexler, Inc. National Museum of Folk Art at the Dallas Museum of Art,
Trammell Crow Pavilion, Dallas TX
1986
AMERICAN ANTHEM: The Songs and Sounds of American History
  Peter Wexler, Inc., National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution at the Dallas Museum of Art, Trammell Crow Pavilion, Dallas, TX 1986
SEARCH FOR LIFE
  Peter Wexler, Inc., National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 1984


Professional Background
1990-Present: President and Principal, Pinxit, Inc.
2006-Present: Professor of Production Design, Savannah College of Art and Design, School of Performing Arts
1980-83, 1988-2005: Associate Professor, Scenic Design, SUNY Purchase College
1983-1988: Project Designer, Peter Wexler, Inc.
 
BFA Carnegie-Mellon in Drama-Design
 
Member United Scenic Artists-LU829, Member USITT, Member TCG
 
Designs Published: SCENERY FOR THE THEATER, Sporre and Burroughs; THE CREATIVE IMAGE, Sporre


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