Mississippi Multimedia Gallery™ Installation Locations

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Mississippi Multimedia Gallery™ Installation Locations

Installations of the Mississippi Multimedia Gallery™ program in the following museums, interpretive Centers, and other public venues along the Mississippi River corridor have impacted tens of thousands of visitors annually.

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Lake Itasca State Park, Park Rapids MN

Minnesota DNR

The installation at the Jacob Brower Visitor’s Center near the river’s headwaters is prominently positioned to attract the park’s 500,000 annual visitors.

A large screen with satellite imagery and a photo of the Mississippi River stands against a wall. On the wall is "Mississippi Multimedia Gallery: Explore America's Greatest River" There is more text next to the screen that is too small to read
A large screen with a satellite image of the United States stands in a gallery. On the wall behind it is "Mississippi Multimedia Gallery: Explore America's Greatest River"

New Orleans Art Museum, New Orleans, LA

CGEE is pleased to have a Mississippi Multimedia Gallery kiosk installed with the New Orleans Art Museum's "East of the Mississippi: Nineteenth-Century American Landscape Photography" exhibit. NOMA's exhibition is the first to "exclusively explore a vivid chapter of America's photographic history."

St. Anthony Falls Interpretive Center, Minneapolis MN

National Park Service (NPS)

More than 12,000 summer visitors to the NPS’s interpretive center at the Upper St. Anthony Lock encountered the Gallery program through a 2017 kiosk and software lease arrangement.

A top down view of the interactive tabletop. There are four screens each oriented towards the viewer. The screens have photos and text about the Mississippi River.

Minnesota State Fair, St. Paul MN

Since 2016, the Mississippi Multimedia Gallery™ program has been featured in exhibits at the Eco Experience Building and the DNR Building, impacting an estimated 15,000 visitors annually.

Dakota County Historical Museum, Red Wing MN

A Gallery kiosk was a featured element of the Smithsonian’s Water Ways 2016 exhibit.

people standing in front of the DNR building at the MN State Fair

Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation Visitors Center, Metairie LA

The Foundation’s iconic lighthouse visitor’s center on the shores of Lake Pontchartrain hosted a Mississippi Multimedia Gallery™ kiosk during the summer 2017.

St. Bernard Port, St. Bernard LA

A kiosk playing the Gallery program has been installed since 2016 at the St. Bernard Port offices—a central location within the world’s largest shipping corridor.

Docville Farm, St. Bernard LA

The Mississippi Multimedia Gallery™ program has been on display since 2016 for the thousands of annual participants in Docville’s public education programs.