Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
Hillmann & Carr produced and installed new media in all areas of the completely updated and redesigned Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. The museum uses first-person accounts of stakeholders—survivors, rescuers, and the families of victims—along with recently recorded accounts of journalists, local and federal investigators and the legal community to tell the story of the Oklahoma City bombing of April 19, 1995. The bombing killed 168 people and was the worst act of domestic terrorism in US history.
For the original permanent exhibit, which opened in 2000, Hillmann & Carr created more than 150 on-camera interviews and produced 90 minutes of video and interactive programming. Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Hillmann & Carr conducted additional interviews, and created programs for Shared Experience 04.19.95 – 09.11.01, an exhibit about the response and participation of Oklahomans in support of the families of victims, survivors and rescuers in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania. Hillmann & Carr also developed a 5-year media and technology plan. The firm created the media for the 10th Anniversary Commemoration, Changed Forever — Forever Changing.
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