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Yellow: A Love Story

– By Carol Breeze, exhibit designer   Yellow was never my favorite color, and yet I fell in love with the guy who started Yellow Wednesdays at PGAV. He did not do it alone – the best things happen when we put our heads together – and I wasn’t there, but I think it goes… Continue reading.

Earth Day 2018: PGAVia Celebrates Frogs!

  The PGAVia team hopped right in to this year’s cause: frogs! Frogs and toads are important indicator species – they are among the first animals affected by environmental changes, which means they can tell us a lot about the health of an ecosystem. Like last year’s bee-centric Pollinator Café, our challenge was to figure… Continue reading.

When Your Project is on Life Support: Part 1 – Sizing things up

   – By Jedd Pellerin, project architect   On all of our aquarium projects (like the Georgia Aquarium and St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station) one of the largest, and most critical components, is the animal Life Support System (LSS). Comprised of massive filters, pumps, storage basins and a host of sophisticated equipment, the primary… Continue reading.

Even MORE Destinology: Bringing Video Gaming to Public Attractions

   – By Ben Cober, director of business development and research   In our latest issue of Destinology, The Fight for Attendance: The Attraction of the Non-Attraction, we explored the success of impermanent attractions such as festivals, sporting events, tabletop games, streaming television, and exercise, and offered tactics for destination managers to adopt some of… Continue reading.

Even MORE Destinology: The Success of Food & Beverage Festivals

   – By Ben Cober, director of business development and research (Oktoberfest 2016 in Leavenworth, WA) In our latest issue of Destinology, The Fight for Attendance: The Attraction of the Non-Attraction, we explored the success of impermanent attractions such as festivals, sporting events, tabletop games, streaming television, and exercise, and offered tactics for destination managers… Continue reading.