Professional Museum Consultant Amy Hollander brings her far-reaching expertise to the NSVC project
Farmstead, The Eversole Hall House, and Historic Walnford . Hollander has worked with thousands of students and visitors to inspire them to use their imaginations and to become engaged in creating their own places in history.
Hollander’s most recent project was to lead the team which successfully completed a 16 month, $8.5 million contract to design the National Museum of Industrial History (NMIH) in the historic 1914 Bethlehem Steel Electrical Repair Shop. For this project, she developed a 13,000 square foot permanent exhibit on America’s industrial history while supervising the interior renovations of the historic structure to insure historical integrity was maintained. Her contributions have extended the museum’s visibility and reputation locally, nationally and internationally.
Amy has assisted the NSVC effort since last year and begins an expanded role this spring.
Engineering the largest walkable relief map in the universe