C&G Partners' latest exhibit design project, "A Path Appears: Actions for A Better World", opens at the Skirball Cultural Center in LA on November 19, 2015. Inspired by Nicholas Kristof's best-selling book of the same name, "A Path Appears" illuminates how every visitor can take practical, results-driven steps to bring about social change. Read the recent LA Times feature on the exhibit and learn more here.Read More
Civil War Times Magazine includes C&G Partners latest exhibit for the Putnam History Museum on its list of attractions to explore in the Lower Hudson River Valley this Fall. The October issue of the bi-monthly magazine is now available in print and online. Pick-up or download your copy today!
The Putnam History Museum, located in the West Point Foundry’s original school, highlights the...Read More
In a recent feature on our Nation's capital, the New York Daily News highlights the National Buidling Museum's exhibition, "Designing for Disaster" as one of the many cool things to see and do in Washington, DC this Summer!
“Designing for Disaster” is one of C&G Partners' newest exhibit design projects, which showcases the actions communities are taking to lower their disaster...Read More
The new Sanford Visitor and Learning Center is now open to the public. A feature on the Grand Opening appears in The Rapid City Journal, Western South Dakota's newspaper. The Sanford Lab/Homestake is America's largest gold mine, and the site of the Nobel-Prize-winning neutrino experiment. The scientific research center is also the subject of a 12-page essay in the May...Read More
Partners Keith Helmetag and Amy Siegel's wayfinding design for the Port Authority of NY & NJ is profiled online now in SEGD's Top 20 Wayfinding Projects since 2000. The project, JFK Terminal 4, was the first wayfinding program that introduced the "Schiphol Standard" of color-coding to a major U.S. airport system.Read More
One of the major milestones on the annual design calendar has just appeared on newsstands: PRINT Magazine's Regional Design Awards issue. This year two of the firm's projects have been honored: the Against the Odds exhibition at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, and a monograph of the firm's recent exhibit and environmental designs at the West Point Foundry Preserve in Cold Spring, New York.
Against the Odds encourages visitors to learn about the experiences of WWII-era Jewish refugees and their rescuers through images, original documents, first-person accounts, and multi-sensory interactive design elements. The exhibition is dominated by “paper walls” that represent the significant bureaucratic barriers and extensive paperwork that stood in the way of this heroic undertaking.Read More
Madison Avenue Fashion Heritage Week is right around the corner, running next week from October 20 – 26, 2014. Ads designed by C&G Partners for the Madison Avenue Business Improvement District have been cropping up all around the city, including in the pages of the Wall Street Journal (see below). The event benefits The Museum at FIT and includes specially-curated shop windows all along Madison Avenue, supported by an app produced by C&G Partners, which is already live at MadisonAveFWH.org. See you at #MadisonAveFHW, @MadisonAveFHW (and of course on Madison Avenue itself) all next week!Read More