Lowndes County Interpretive Center
Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail
The National Park Service’s Lowndes County Interpretive Center commemorates the historic 1965 civil rights march that helped gain the right to vote for all Americans. The Center is located on an historically significant location along the original route of the 1965 march.
For this project, Amaze Design assembled an extensive research team to collect objects, images, and stories from those who marched. Working closely with local and community leaders and the National Park Service, we developed the story and design for this nationally important exhibit. The exhibition opened to the public in August 2006.
Amaze Design provided all design, research, evaluation, writing, graphic production, media development, and fabrication oversight services for this project.
Size: 3,500 sf.
Budget: $1.4 million