About Independent Exhibitions
Independent Exhibitions (Ind-X) is a museum consulting firm specializing in exhibition design, development, and management; strategic planning with an emphasis on exhibitions, public programs, and fund-raising; and visitor research and evaluation. A sole proprietorship in operation since 1979, Ind-X has provided a wide range of services to museums of science, art, and history, children's museums, and visitor centers in the United States, Canada, Latin America, and Puerto Rico.
Over the years, Ind-X has functioned in a variety of capacities, from providing consulting services and acting as client's agent, to turn-key services (such as concept and design through fabrication and installation). Currently, we provide consulting services to museums directly, as well as to exhibition firms and project teams of all shapes and sizes.
Among the noteworthy exhibitions of Independent Exhibitions are Coming to California: The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) History Gallery; the OMCA Art Gallery; conceptual design of the OMCA Natural Sciences Gallery; Plants Are Up To Something at the Huntington Library, Collections, and Botanical Gardens; Daniel's Story: Remember the Children at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. with Darcie Fohrman (originally designed to be open for five years, and now scheduled to remain on view indefinitely); and the Oakland Museum of California's Soft Gold: The Fur Trade and Cultural Exhange on the Northwest Coast.