Digital Exhibitions

Interactive and immersive digital exhibitions bring our gallery to your computer or phone

Current digital exhibition

More or Less in Common: Environment and Justice in the Human Landscape
This 1922 fire insurance atlas shows the East Boston side of Chelsea Creek, with the Standard Oil Company’s circular tanks prominently displayed in the center

This 1922 fire insurance atlas shows the East Boston side of Chelsea Creek, with the Standard Oil Company’s circular tanks prominently displayed in the center

The digital exhibition for our upcoming show, More or Less in Common, features zoomable, high-resolution images of all of the exhibition objects; interactive features like original, digital maps; interviews with advocates from the local, national, and global environmental justice movement; and lesson plans and activities designed specially for K-12 students.

Enter the digital exhibition for More or Less in Common

Past digital exhibitions

Bending Lines: Maps and Data from Distortion to Deception

Enter the digital exhibition for Bending Lines

The digital exhibition for our previous show, Bending Lines, was designed as an online-first experience. It features zoomable, high-resolution images of all of the exhibition objects; interactive features like a projection explorer and a map trust exercise; video presentations from the curator and guests; and activities designed specially for K-12 educators.

Early exhibitions

Digital exhibitions from our earlier exhibitions can be found on the exhibitions page of our Digital Collections portal.