Beth Stricker, Director of Exhibitions
As Exhibitions Manager, Beth oversees all exhibits projects, for Cayuga Nature Center, the Museum of the Earth, our Traveling Exhibitions Program, and more. Beth’s background is in exhibition development for historic sites and natural history museums, with a focus on multisensory learning experiences for families. With her strong design portfolio, Beth also creates 2D and 3D designs for PRI’s exhibit projects.
Beth spends her time planning and designing: major upgrades to the Museum’s permanent exhibitions, new temporary and traveling exhibitions, upgrades and additions to the Nature Center’s permanent exhibitions, and smaller exhibitions scattered throughout our local community. Examples include Did Dinosaurs Poop?, the Butterfly Garden, My Climate, My Community kiosks, and Busy Bee: Life in a Honeybee Hive.
B.A. Hobart and William Smith Colleges, 2007, Classical Civilizations, Studio Art
M.F.A University of the Arts, 2010, Museum Exhibition Planning & Design
Habitat Dioramas, A New Future in Small & Medium Museums, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, May 2010
Director of Exhibitions