s p l i c e . ART provides museums, galleries, and all other types of exhibition spaces with a comprehensive set of value-added tools, ranging from exhibition conception and design, to documentation and archiving. Public art design, fabrication, and consultation are available upon request.

Services may include, but are not limited to:


• Curation consultation, artwork placement, wall layout, lighting schemes and technical recommendations, pedestal design, text placement.
• Website creation and development.
• Multiple virtual layout options and diagrams.
• High-resolution presentation image rendering, for promotion or fundraising campaigns.
• Architectural-level exhibition layout, including artwork, artifacts, text, interactive educational displays, logos, informational murals, etc. Creation of floor plans for existing buildings.
• Lighting scheme options and final layout.
• Initial conceptual or post-event interactive walk-through of exhibition, available to the public via an online portal that may be embedded in any website.


• Industry-standard construction drawings and 3-D modelling.
• Pedestal design and fabrication.
• Detailed artwork hanging specifications and diagrams.
• Architectural and engineering discipline coordination, technical specifications.
• Text generation, vinyl cutting, technical specifications, artwork tags and checklists, graphic design, artwork or other display installation supervision.
• Catalogue design and production.
• Marketing and promotion.
• Tag and checklist design and fabrication.
• High-resolution presentation-image renderings of artwork layout and display concepts, for promotional or fundraising purposes.
• All installation services, from shipping coordination to artwork hanging.
• Multi-media (video, sound, light) artwork production and installation.
• Archival documentation: professional museum-quality photographs and video, 3-D scans of exhibition space and artworks/artifacts.


• Artist liaison and coordination.
• Client/museum administration and contractor liaison.
• Contract negotiation, between artists and/or artwork lenders and institution.
• Sales.
• Staff supervision.
• Comprehensive documentation, both photography and video.
• Website and virtual documentation platform development. Client-ready resource packages.