Emily Saich, Adjunct Faculty

Emily Saich is an artist, exhibit designer and project manager with over 12 years of experience managing exhibitions for museums and institutions from conceptual development through fabrication and installation. Since 2006, she has been working with an exhibit fabrication firm where she is responsible for leading the design, prototyping, fabrication and project management of interactive museum exhibits. Ms. Saich has in-depth experience with best practices of prototyping and fabrication. She specializes in managing museum exhibit productions that have unique prototyping requirements, and coordination between multiple decision-makers, including museum staff, science and content experts, designers, fabricators, subcontractors, and general contractors.

Ms. Saich has managed the production of exhibits for the Museum of Mathematics, The Philadelphia Zoo, The Kimmel Center, Stepping Stones Museum for Children, Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site, Miami Science Museum, Thomas Jefferson Foundation, The Academy of Natural Sciences, The Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center, Discovery Place, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, George Washington’s Mount Vernon, The Space Science Institute, Kieran Timberlake Architects, and The Please Touch Museum.

She holds a BA in Studio Art from Humboldt State University, and a MFA from Tyler School of Art at Temple University.