Cleveland History Center

Working with the staff of the History Center and Gallagher and Associates , Barrie Projects developed a multi-year interpretive plan to create a museum-wide core exhibit exploring the history of Northeast Ohio.

Cleveland History Center
10825 East Blvd.
Cleveland, OH 44106

Pro Football Hall of Fame

(2011- 2012: Canton, OH).  Barrie Projects was part of a team brought in to review all aspects of the Hall of Fame’s operations and presentations. The end result was the undertaking of a series of gallery renovations, a new archives building and a multi-city traveling exhibition, “Gridiron Glory.”

 

Steamship William G. Mather Museum

Steamship William Mather Museum redevelopment plan

(2007-2009: Cleveland, OH).  Barrie Projects led a team of designers, architects and marine engineers in a two-year study to determine how the venerable ore carrier could be turned into a year-round attraction, complementing the exhibits in the nearby Great Lakes Science Center.  A portion of the plan has been implemented.

Steamship William G. Mather Museum
601 Erieside Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44114

Great Lakes Science Center

Great Lakes Science Center redevelopment plan

(2005- 2012: Cleveland, OH).  Barrie Projects worked with the GLSC staff and exhibit designers Gallagher & Associates to develop a more narrative-based gallery plan exploring the impact of the Great Lakes on the region’s health, industry, science and future.

Great Lakes Science Center
601 Erieside Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44114

 

Museum of the Mind

(2002- 2003: Washington, DC).  Dennis and Kathy Barrie developed the concept for a $30M museum designed to deal with the history and treatment of mental illness.

San Francisco Interactive History Museum

(1998- 1999: San Francisco, CA).  Dennis Barrie was in charge of developing a $43M museum for a pier in the Fisherman’s Wharf neighborhood.

San Francisco Interactive History Museum
Pier 15
(Embarcadero @ Green St.)
San Francisco, CA 94111

 

International Museum of Cartoon Art

(1996- 1997: Boca Raton, FL).  Barrie Projects team members worked with the staff of the then partially-opened museum to rethink and re-install its galleries to provide a more logical use of the space and a more coherent guest experience.

International Museum of Cartoon Art
201 Plaza Real
Boca Raton, FL 33432