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Indiana State Police Museum - Exhibit Design Project - Spring 2013

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  • 1. BIG IDEA: •  The Indiana State Police provides a positive presence to maintain order and safety for communities during important Hoosier events MAIN MESSAGES: •  Annual events require the ISP to continually evolve their plans and procedures to ensure the security of the public. •  Although one-time events are chaotic, the ISP brings a touch point of strength by staying a step ahead of the crowd.
  • 2. •  Photographs and artifacts of Indiana State Police performing their civic duty by helping the community, acting as a source of safety, and protecting people in crowded public events •  Witness the changes the Indiana State Police have experienced as they continuously evolve into a more effective state institution
  • 3. OVERALL SPACE
  • 4. OVERALL PLAN
  • 5. APPROACHING THE SPACE
  • 6. TITLE WALL INSPIRATION
  • 7. OBJECTS AND LABELS INSPIRATION
  • 8. COLOR PALETTE •  Universal Design and colorblindness are taken into consideration
  • 9. PROTECT AND SERVE
  • 10. PROTECT AND SERVE
  • 11. •  Shows the evolving nature of planning and enacting procedure during annual events •  Highlights some of the important visitors the Indiana State Police have protected •  Presents the dedication and hard work of the Indiana State Police while protecting the public at Hoosier events PROTECT AND SERVE
  • 12. COMMUNITY
  • 13. COMMUNITY
  • 14. •  The Indiana State Police have strong ties to the Hoosier community •  The ISP are themselves a community with a deep bond to one another •  The filming of Hoosiers allowed the ISP to represent their department and community on the big screen COMMUNITY
  • 15. TRADITION
  • 16. TRADITION
  • 17. •  Several annual events have plans that evolve over time •  The races at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Indiana State Fair are annual events •  Indiana State Fair exhibit booth has changed over the decades TRADITION
  • 18. INTERACTIVES HIGH-TECH •  Touch table – like a giant iPad •  Content will include photos, videos, news articles and other pieces – all at your fingertips LOW-TECH •  Dress up area for children to put on different pieces of the ISP uniform •  Will include: shirts, hats, utility belts, and badges – all easily accessible •  Mirrors for children to see how they look
  • 19. HIGH-TECH INTERACTIVE
  • 20. LOW-TECH INTERACTIVE
  • 21. •  Franklin D. Roosevelt visit to the Indiana State Fairgrounds, 1936 •  Photos from in Indiana Historical Society’s Collections.•  Shows the traditions of hospitality and safety provided by the ISP. POSSIBLE OBJECTS FOR LOAN: INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
  • 22. •  ISP pamphlet on procedures for Indy 500, State Fair, and other reoccurring state events •  Commemorative badges (i.e. SuperBowl) •  May I Have Your Attention Please…, Mike Collins and Sgt. Tim McCarthy POSSIBLE OBJECTS FOR LOAN: INDIANA STATE POLICE
  • 23. WE’VE GOT YOUR BACK!