AUBURN LEIGH LAHOSKI

Exhibit Design | Graphic Design

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Gallery of California History

In 2009, the Oakland Museum’s permanent 25,000 sq. ft. history gallery reopened after an extensive renovation. The overarching theme, “Coming to California”, emphasizes the profound impact of the state’s successive waves of immigration. As a graphic designer for the project I collaborated with exhibit and other graphic designers in the creation of environmental and interpretive graphics, and took a lead role on select projects.

“Welcome to California” entry space | Graphic Design and collaboration on exhibit design.

“Before the Other People Came” | Graphic design and collaboration on exhibit design.

“Before the Other People Came” | Graphic design and collaboration on exhibit design.

Graphic design and collaboration on exhibit design.

“The Railroad Brings People” | Graphic design.

“Land Grab” and “No Place to Live” | Graphic design.

“The Border” | Collaboration on exhibit development, lead on exhibit and graphic design, with additional graphic design by Dave Gottwald.

“The Border”, and exhibit about the California/Mexico border. Collaboration on exhibit development, lead on exhibit and graphic design, with additional graphic design by Dave Gottwald (dgottwald.org).

"…Influencing the World" | Collaboration on exhibit development and design, lead on graphic design.

"…Influencing the World"

“An environmental State” | Collaboration on exhibit development. Lead on exhibit and graphic design.

“An environmental State” | Furniture design.


  • Role Graphic Designer

  • For Oakland Museum of California

  • Date 2009-2011

  • Type Exhibition Graphics | Environmental Design

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