C&G Partners is a multi-specialty creative studio, dedicated to design for culture - from cultural organizations to organizational culture.
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News About C&G Partners
C&G Partners Creates Interactive Documentary to Tell the Neglected Story of Slavery in the North
C&G Partners has created a compelling new interactive documentary that takes a unique approach in telling the often-overlooked story of slavery in the colonial North: from the perspective of the enslaved individuals themselves.
C&G Partners Designs Emotional Kindertransport Exhibition
C&G Partners has created a highly emotional and thought-provoking exhibition commemorating the 80th anniversary of the start of Kindertransport, the remarkable humanitarian mission to rescue 10,000 refugee children from Nazi-occupied Europe in the years leading up to the Holocaust.
C&G Partners Designs Branding and Signage for US Embassy in London
C&G Partners recently completed branding, signage and interpretive design for the U.S. Embassy in London.
C&G Partners Designs Interactive Ice Cream Museum 'Ample Hills Creamery' Red Hook
C&G Partners has designed the recently opened Ample Hills Creamery factory in Red Hook. Storytelling plays a central role in C&G Partners' visitor experience designs for the new 15,000 square foot facility where ice cream lovers can learn about the flavor creation process, watch production in action…
C&G Partners Designs 9/11 Museum's 'Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11' Exhibition
C&G Partners has designed a new special exhibition at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York.
C&G Partners Creates '1938 Projekt: Posts from the Past' for Leo Baeck Institute
C&G Partners recently created the visual identity, website, exhibition design and social media strategy for the '1938 Projekt: Posts from the Past,' a captivating year-long social, web and physical exhibition program which presents a daily stream of one archival document - a handwritten letter, a diary…