The GAPC team has specialized in many projects for museums and exhibitions, including the Museum of Civilization, Grand-Pré Historical Site, Signal Hill, Gross Morne National Park, Point Pelee National Park, Canadian War Museum, Museum of Civilization, National Capital Commission, Regional Museum of Southeast Missouri, Fort Ticonderoga and Albert County Museum amongst many others. GAPC has provided a range of creative services from High Definition dramatic presentations to interactive kiosks as well as audio only projects.
We work closely with Interpretation Specialists, Exhibit Manufacturers, Architects, Engineers and Audio-Visual Technical Resource Firms. Our success lies in our understanding and appreciation of the overall objectives of our clients and their visitors / users. We endeavour to get involved at the early stages of projects so that we can interface and collaborate with the entire team. We also understand that many projects we complete for Museums must have a long shelf life and still have the same impact on the visitor at the launch as well as five to ten years down in the future.
Some examples of projects we have been involved in:
Signal Hill Visitors Centre, St. John's, Newfoundland
GAPC along with GET provided a turn key solution that included an immersive diorama HD theatre, Video Preshow and a Post Show learning space all with second level integrated exhibit elements. The HD dramatic production includes historical re-enactment and photo realistic animation for a 400-year historical period.
Acadian National Historic Site Visitor Centre, Grand Pré, Nova Scotia
A compelling, emotional, yet historically accurate 20 minute, high definition re-enactment of the deportation of Acadian people from Grand Pré NS, in 1755. This was the first undertaking of a large-scale HDTV production by Parks Canada and is an integral part of the visitor experience.
Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Ticonderoga, New York
An introductory video for “The Face of War: Triumph and Tragedy at Ticonderoga” exhibit at the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, depicting a pivotal battle between English and French forces at Fort Ticonderoga in July of 1758. Utilizing period re-enactors and actors for the main characters, the film, shot in HDTV, illustrates how fortunes can change quickly in the confusion of the battlefield.
"... On behalf of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum I want to express our gratitude to you and your team for your
hard work and dedication in developing the introductory video for our new exhibit "The Face of War: Triumph &
Tragedy at Ticonderoga". It is a great film and I am amazed at how quickly you were able to integrate film
footage shot at our encampment into the presentation in a matter of days! Your work is very much appreciated"
Christopher D. Fox
The "Anthony D Pell" Curator of Collections
"... I have been involved in numerous exhibit projects over the years and I can honestly say that the GAPC
team is one of the best I have worked with. They not only produce a high quality product but also carry out the
work in a manner that is efficient, enlightening and fun. I would have no hesitation in recommending them to
an organization embarking upon a similar type of project".
Signal Hill Visitor Centre Renewal Project Manager