The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum reopened October 2016 after an extensive renovation featuring new technology, media, and innovative ways to tell the story of our nation’s 37th president. Including a total of 42 media pieces and interactives produced by Cortina Productions, this immersive and authentic exhibition explores the ups and downs of the president’s life and career.
A few of highlights of the work we produced include the Great Room Orientation Theater signature film, which incorporates archival footage with present day interviews of Nixon’s friends, family, and colleagues as well as historical experts; an interactive that commemorates Nixon’s propensity towards the use of yellow notepads; and a new mobile app offering a tour in multiple languages, social media sharing, and museum information.
We are proud to have worked with the Richard Nixon Foundation, the National Archives and Records Administration, Thinkwell Group, and Kubik Maltbie on this project. Next time you are near Yorba Linda, California, be sure to make a stop at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum.
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