Students in Exhibition Design programs are grounded in the theory and history of art much in the same way are students of art history and museum studies. However, the application of their studies often extends beyond the walls of a museum or traditional gallery setting. Whether your intention is to work within a museum setting or make a career of pop-up shows, study in an Exhibition Design program will ensure proper education in spatial sociology, color theory, and education theory, as well as drawing, building, computer skills, documentation and building techniques.
Casanas likens her art-infused community activism to the sprinkling of seeds, which is why she called the grass-roots organization that she co-founded in 2007 the Semilla Arts Initiative. Semilla is Spanish for "seeds."