Created and produced immersive exhibitions of broad public appeal and experiences, exploring current issues and involving artists, scientists and other creators, as well as museum staff from various departments, in the realization of exhibitions.
Wonderland: The Mystery of the Orchid, 2010
A parallel exploration of the Museumís collection and research in science and in art focusing on the countryís most popular indigenous flower.
Hilary's Axe, 2010
Installation exhibiting for the first time the iconic ice used by Sir Edmund Hillary to reach the top of Mount Everest, and a film documenting this exploration.
Wonderland: The Magic of the Rose, 2009
A parallel exploration of the Museumís collection and research in science and in art focusing on the countryís most popular exogenous flower.
Secrets Revealed, 2008
A behind-the-scene exploration of the ways museums work.
In Memory, 2008
Installation and film commemorating the 90th anniversary of the World War I Armistice.
Conversations Los Angeles Leiden: Nature and the City, 2006
A collaborative exhibition, held in Leiden, Netherlands, with the country's National Museum of Natural Science (Naturalis), and featuring five Los Angeles artists working with the host Museum's collection to prompt new responses and insights.
An exhibition based on Dr. Jared Diamond's book, 'Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed'
Sonic Scenery: Music for Collections, 2005
Ten Los Angeles musicians, with very diverse styles, created an original short composition in response to the displays in one of the Museum's permanent collection galleries.
Conversations: Collections, Artists, Curators, 2004
Using a diversity of objects and specimens from the Museumís collections, six Los Angeles-area contemporary artists create personal installations.
LA: light/motion/dreams, 2003
A major exploration of the natural and cultural circumstances of contemporary Los Angeles.
Exhibition concept and content produced for the Institute of the Arab World, Paris, France outlining the characteristics and challenges of desert environments.
Science and Archaeology: A Meeting at Carthage, 1993
Gallery featuring the work of the newly established conservation department and its importance for research of Tunisian archaeological history and its ongoing significance.