HRA historians are well-versed in developing interpretive content, including permanent, temporary, traveling, and digital exhibitions. We work with a range of clients, such as museums, historical sites, non-profit organizations, government entities, corporations, and communities.
HRA curated a 3,000-square-foot temporary exhibition, “We are the Rose City! A History of Soccer in Portland,” for the Oregon Historical Society.
HRA developed a temporary exhibition to celebrate the 100th anniversary of The Portland Clinic in 2021.
HRA completed a temporary exhibition for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Office of History.
HRA developed a traveling exhibition for Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), featuring the High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) Test Center (built in 1963 and recently demolished) and the development of HVDC power transmission.
HRA provided research and content development support to Sticky Co., a digital media firm based in Portland, Oregon. The firm oversaw the creation of an interactive game for “High Hopes: The Journey of John F. Kennedy,” a 6,000-square-foot temporary exhibit at the Oregon Historical Society Museum.