Jackie Robinson Museum

The new Jackie Robinson Museum is the first permanent museum to celebrate the life and legacy of Jackie Robinson. The Museum also serves as a place to educate, inspire, and challenge visitors around topics of social and racial justice. The Jackie Robinson Museum explores Jackie’s commitment to civil and human rights while inspiring visitors to reflect on their own role in creating social change. Cortina Productions worked with the Jackie Robinson Museum to produce eight media exhibits. Project highlights include the Intro Film titled “Life is Not a Spectator Sport,” which offers an introductory chronicle of Jackie Robinson’s multifaceted life and the values of his legacy; the Speak Out interactive, which invites visitors to explore social issues that may interest them and make a pledge of commitment to creating change; and the Scoreboard LED Wall, a large digital screen that presents visual montages around the key themes of Jackie Robinson’s life, displays special messaging around the themes and current events at the museum, and shows visitor generated content, such as the Speak Out pledges.

Media Design & Production by Cortina Productions
Exhibit Design by Ralph Appelbaum Associates
Fabrication by Hadley Exhibits
AV Systems by Electrosonic

Project Highlights

4 Films
4 Interactives