Florida Tourism examines the social and racial inequities of tourism in Florida. It looks at the period of growth and increasing access to Florida vacations from the late 19th century until the opening of Walt Disney World in 1971. Developed as part of the graduate Exhibitions Seminar in Museum Studies.
An exhibit of 30 photographic reproductions from Bob Campbell's original slides. The photographs feature Dian Fossey, the Karisoke Research Center in Rwanda, neighboring peoples, and mountain gorillas. Curated by Dan Reboussin and Richard Freeman with assistance from Riley Ravary.