Archive: Terracotta Warriors

  • Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor
    Creating the Exhibit – Series 2 of 4

    January 16, 2018

    Protecting the Emperor’s Guard Showcasing the Warriors – Artifacts, Cases, and Platforms One of the most significant challenges in the creation of Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor was how to protect the over 160 ancient artifacts, including 10 terracotta figures, while giving visitors an up-close look at these remarkable pieces. The problem was made even more […]

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  • Terracotta Warriors Of The First Emperor
    Creating the Exhibit – Series 1 of 4

    November 20, 2017

    The Theatrical Introductory Experience Challenges and Solutions We were tasked with interpreting a site with over 8,000 life-size statues, 120 chariots, and 520 horses made by 700,000 workers. From the beginning, it was clear that this project deserved a grand introduction. Very quickly, two distinct challenges presented themselves during planning of the entryway experience: How do we […]

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  • Terracotta Warriors Of The First Emperor
    From Ancient China to Philadelphia

    October 03, 2017

    An extraordinary exhibit over 2,000 years in the making, Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor has just opened at its only East Coast venue – The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. Journey through one of the most significant archaeological discoveries of our time featuring ten terracotta figures and over 160 artifacts of jade, gold, bronze, weapons […]

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