Custom Exhibit Design
Flint Hills Design is a fully integrated exhibit design firm, with capacities spanning curation and graphic design, to fabrication and digital placemaking.
We create turn-key environments to tell important cultural and historical stories. For us, it is not solely about preservation. Or interpretation. Or experience. It is about distilling the essence of a story or place, and making it interesting for all. If you've got a story that needs to be told, we'd love to help you realize your vision.
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The Life & Writing of Willa Cather
American Bittersweet: The Life & Writing of Willa Cather is a celebration of one of America’s greatest fiction writers. This permanent exhibit in Cather’s hometown of Red Cloud, Nebraska, introduces visitors to Cather and the town in which she grew up.Learn more about this exhibit
The Pikes Peak Hill Climb Experience
In Colorado Springs, an immersive space that embodied the cultural and historical significance of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.Explore this exhibit
G.W. Frank Museum
The White Plague Comes to Kearney seeks to recover and examine the building’s six-decade history as the nerve center for the Nebraska State Tuberculosis HospitalLearn about the GW Frank Museum
The Chisholm Trail:
Driving the American West
A traveling exhibit exploring the cattle drive that brought the birth of the cowboy.Learn about the Chisholm Trail exhibit
Climate & Energy Central:
Doing Science in Kansas
A traveling exhibit that examined the groundbreaking work scientists across Kansas’ major universities were doing in climate research.Learn more about Climate & Energy Central
The Bison: American Icon
A traveling exhibit built to convey the majesty of a great animal in multiple spaces.Learn more about this exhibit
Our Lives, Our Stories:
America's Greatest Generation
A traveling exhibit featuring a replica kitchen and soda fountain, translating a permanent exhibit into a terse, powerful exploration of what it meant to be American in the 40's and 50's.Learn more about OLOS