Green Bay, WI—July 30, 2021— The Neville Public Museum of Brown County has received the 2021 Museum Exhibit Award from the Wisconsin Historical Society for its renovated Generations Gallery. This award category recognizes institutions with an annual operating budget exceeding $50,000.
You are invited to the award presentation:
DATE: Tuesday, August 3, 2021
PLACE: Neville Public Museum, 210 Museum Place, Green Bay, WI 54303
About the Generations Galley
For over a century the Neville Public Museum has collected and preserved history. From fossils to footballs, one can explore our vast collection through a variety of themes and the stories of the people of Northeast Wisconsin in the Generations Gallery.
Our Generations Gallery uses dynamic themes and displays of local history. We aimed to create engaging experiences throughout the gallery by using different interactive elements. Each experience had a specific goal in mind and complimented the section it’s located in. Some of these include: a dig pit, artifact drawers, touch specimens, and historic film segments. There are several parts in the gallery where we witness generational interaction between adults and children.
This core gallery renovation reflected highly on professional institutional best practice, on the museum staff, and on the Green Bay community. We are happy to accept the 2021 Museum Exhibit Award from the Wisconsin Historical Society for this capital project.
About the Neville Public Museum
The Neville Public Museum of Brown County is an accredited cultural institution that champions history, science and art. Located in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin, the museum is dedicated to the collection and preservation of significant objects relevant to Northeast Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The museum seeks to bridge these multi-generational regional communities through engaging exhibits and dynamic programming.
About the Wisconsin Historical Society Museum Exhibit Award
This award is given to the organization that creates an exhibit that meets the award criteria and, in the opinion of the judges, made the most valuable contribution to public understanding of Wisconsin’s past during the preceding calendar year.