We love what we do and love to share our work with the public. Chrysalis can help you to develop public outreach and public relations opportunities to promote your work.

Chrysalis’ Alyssa Loorya with a 2nd grade class visiting Peck Slip, New York

As part of the cultural resource regulatory process, your project may be required to develop a public outreach program. Increasingly, regulatory review agencies are requesting public outreach or educational mitigation in association with the approval of development plans or construction impacts. Chrysalis’ team members have experience developing and implementing educational curriculum programs, stand-alone school programs for elementary through secondary school grades, public outreach lectures, and tours as well as informational signage.

The community may inquire about your project and public outreach can lend a hand toward the successful completion of your project.

 

 

 

DDC Take Your Kids to work day 2012

Curriculum & Program Development

Developing school-oriented materials may satisfy mitigation requirements while providing innovative learning opportunities for children.

Often regulatory agencies will require mitigation in the form of public outreach or educational programs. Our staff can assist you in developing media, curricula, or events to meet these requirements and to help promote communication within the community.

 

 

A dinner table set with 19th century artifacts from Fulton Street, New York

Exhibition Development

Creating exhibition materials may also be part of your project’s mitigation requirements.

Chrysalis can develop public exhibitions and signage for your project or organization. Increasingly, regulatory review agencies are requesting public outreach, signage or other media as mitigation in association with the approval of development or construction impacts. Chrysalis’ team members have experience developing and implementing both short and long term exhibitions and have designed informational signage.