On-site outdoor interpretive exhibit in Rohwer Arkansas where Japanese Americans were interned during WWII. Uses outdoor wayside exhibits and solar powered audio players. George Takei and his family was brought to this camp in his childhood. I recorded his voice for scripted audio tracks and edited oral histories. I also created a 3-fold brochure and website.
Client: Rohwer Heritage Site, Arkansas State University, National Trust for Historic Preservation
Role: Interactive and graphic designer as an employee of the 106 Group
Primary goal: Help visitors realize this place, now a cotton field, was once the site of controversial American policies during WWII.