Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum

The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum in Atlanta chronicles the life and career of the 39th president. Its collection consists of approximately 27 million pages of Carter’s White House documents, half a million photographs, and hundreds of hours of film, audio, and videotape. The library was renovated in 2009, and when it reopened it featured two new signature films and three interactives produced by Cortina Productions.

Media Design & Production by Cortina Productions
Exhibit Design by Gallagher & Associates
Exhibit Fabrication by Design & Production
AV Systems by Design & Production

2010 CINE Golden Eagle Award – “Introductory Film”
2010 MUSE Award – Bronze: “Waging Peace, Fighting Disease, and Building Hope” Interactive Table

Project Highlights

2 Films
3 interactives