2004 - 2013 - Exhibit Design and Project Management
Western Development Museum Winning the Prairie Gamble: The Saskatchewan Story, located in: Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Saskatoon and Yorkton: These four Galleries, are 3,400 sq. ft.(in Moose Jaw, North Battleford and Yorkton) and 20,000 sq. ft. in Saskatoon and tell the story, through exhibits and interactive elements, of the people and the history of Saskatchewan.
2008 -2009 - Exhibit Design
Visitor Centre Cypress Hills Provincial Park, Saskatchewan: The visitor Centre is a 4,200 sq. ft. interpretation of the habitats and wildlife in the Park. It focuses on conservation and stewardship in the Park and beyond.
2004 -2005 - Exhibit Design, Project Management, Construction
Chaplin Lake Nature Centre, Chaplin, Saskatchewan Quill Lakes Nature Centres, Foam Lake, Wadena and Wynyard, Saskatchewan: These are four Nature Centres that discuss the natural habitats and beauty of Saskatchewan wetlands. Each Centre focuses on the wildlife, especially shorebird migrants, that are particular to the respective Centre. Exhibits feature interactive elements and high-quality wildlife dioramas.
1993 - 2003 - Exhibit Design, Project Management
Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina, Saskatchewan: Blair Fraser Exhibits Ltd. has developed and maintained a long-standing relationship with the Royal Saskatchewan Museum.
We have worked on and designed the following Galleries: Earth Sciences Gallery 6,000 sq. ft. gallery that focuses on Earth history. Projects included interactive component design and construction and audio and video installations. First Nations Gallery 6,000 sq. ft. gallery focusing on the Plains First Nations Peoples. Projects include design of selective exhibit components, interactives, and casting and construction of First Nations mannequins. Life Sciences Gallery 12,000 sq. ft. exhibit hall depicting the Eco-region of Saskatchewan, and the wildlife that lives there. Scope of work included Gallery design and assisting Project Management. The Gallery features open dioramas and computer interactive learning stations. 3,000 sq. ft. exhibit hall dealing with global conservation and how it relates to Saskatchewan. A highly interactive investigation of the Earth, pollution, and some remedies.