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Gregory Dreicer is an experience designer, interpretive and institutional strategist, creative team collaborator, and partnership builder. He is a thought leader in the development of multidisciplinary projects that engage people in discovery, exploration, and conversation.

This website focuses on two aspects of Dreicer's work: exhibitions and publications. Take a look at the images of selected projects.

An overview of Dreicer's professional experience is available on LinkedIn.

Dreicer's focus includes interpretive, strategic, and master planning. He has conceived and developed exhibition, book, web, and video offerings; driven and managed complex projects; and communicated the vision. His work has been repeatedly recognized in national media.

 Dreicer's success is the result of a process-based and people-centric approach.

Process. Together we construct our world—physical environments and the way we think about them. Everyone is involved, every day. Projects that embody this viewpoint invite emotional connection and participation.

People. Audience, visitors, guests, clients, or consumers—whatever you call them, they come first in project conception. This approach leads to modes of engagement that differ from standard curatorial practice. 

 

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Academics. Dreicer is Director of Curatorial and Engagement at the Museum of Vancouver. He received his Ph.D. from Cornell University's Department of Science and Technology Studies. He holds an M.S. in Historic Preservation and a B.A. in French and Psychology from Columbia University. Dreicer's post-doctoral academic positions include a Senior Fellowship at the Smithsonian Institution's Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation, a Loeb Fellowship at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and a fellowship at the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library. He has taught at the Parsons The New School of Design and MIT School of Architecture and Planning.

 

Media coverage. Dreicer's projects have been featured in media including New York Times, Washington Post, Washington Times, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Time Out Chicago, Architectural Record, Landscape Architecture, Technology and Culture, Radical History Review, Associated Press, Gannett News Service, Scripps Howard, CNN, local and national NPR, ABC, CBS, CBC, and numerous websites.