FTI Launches “Fox in a Box” Exhibit

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The traveling exhibit sits atop a 24’ x 24’ carpet with an 8’ tall frame and takes approximately four hours to build. (Click here for a time lapse video of construction.) The structure is comprised of an aluminum frame with images and relevant captions printed on fabric panels and interactive elements, such as an introductory video, images presented on flat screens, and a photo wall for students to take pictures with their classmates.

The Fox Theatre sponsored a 10-week Interior Design class at SCAD Atlanta to research and develop innovative design concepts for Fox in a Box. SCAD students were asked to design a didactic, educational pod that would be transportable and showcased in schools, theaters, and other locations. Local design firm, Station16 Creative, built on SCAD’s vision, working with curriculum team Verbaleyze to bring Fox in a Box to fruition.

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