Interpretation in public history is the process of sharing information that connects people, objects, historic buildings, and historic landscapes. Sharing this information is only part of the process. Successful interpretation relies on clarity of communication and visual design to engage the public.
Interpretive Research & Writing
Exhibits have traditionally defined museums, historic sites, and history-focused organizations. Forgotten Landscapes Research, LLC is equipped to research and write interpretive text for permanent exhibits, pop-up exhibits, and other non-traditional exhibits. One of our priorities is breaking down complex concepts to be understood by the general public.
As a values-based organization, Forgotten Landscapes Research, LLC recognizes the importance of democratizing information. Our organization will not gate-keep important information unless it is necessary for the continued preservation and stewardship of historic sites and landscapes. All interpretive research and writing will be accompanied by a separate citation document that the client can cite for further interpretive and research purposes.