St. Louis, Missouri, USA – Big Think, Inc. recently unveiled its latest project with the successful reimagination of the Delta Dental Health Theater in St. Louis, Missouri. “Big Think transformed our educational theater into an interactive children’s museum,” said Shannon Woodcock, Executive Director of the theater.
The Delta Dental Health Theater was built 30 years ago to educate children on the importance of proper dental care. The experience centered around a 30 minute show that encouraged children to brush and floss regularly as well as limit sweets and other decaying foods.
“We started by helping DDHT define who they were and who they wanted to be,” explained Judy Leise, president of Big Think. “We then began work on redesigning the existing spaces and creating new experiences to engage visitors in the concepts of total wellness and healthy living.”
The theater includes 8 new interactive exhibits designed by Big Think:
Big Think also redesigned the facility’s offices creating working space for administrative offices and storage. The theater’s popular giant teeth, which are considered a St. Louis legend by many, were preserved. “St. Louis has one of the highest rates of childhood diabetes, obesity and tooth decay,” said Shannon Woodcock. The more we can educate our children and families, the better off our community will be.”
Big Think continues to work with DDHT as they plan their next phase of expansion.
ABOUT BIG THINK
Big Think is a Woman-Owned (WBE) design firm and media production company with a unique team from a wide array of creative, production and execution disciplines. Our team provides solutions that are seen at museums, theme parks, shopping centers, zoos, on the road, at events and in the media for a variety of clients who value a visceral connection with their customers. Our clients’ unique perspectives are woven into a fully integrated marketing story line. Our long-term relationships with the best in the business, assures that what you imagine is also achievable.
Big Think designs a broad range including, signage and wayfinding, environmental graphics, exhibitions, immersive environments, master planning and architecture, media, identity, branding and brand characters, experiential marketing and events.
ABOUT JUDY LEISE
Judy brings over 25 years of diverse design, communication, marketing and brand experience. She has produced a variety of projects including immersive museum environments, experiential marketing programs, events, trade shows, video & film productions (2D & 3D), as well as websites. Judy is expert in the creation of integrated marketing, communications strategies and formulation of brand messaging and positioning. She offers the advantages of being a creative problem solver who understands the logistics of planning and execution – and can meet a budget. She has won numerous awards including a gold medal from the New York Film Directors, IABC, CASE and Flair Awards. Judy holds a Masters of Fine Arts degree from Washington University where she taught art, photography and design.
ABOUT TERESA NORTON YOUNG, BIG THINK DESIGNER
Teresa has over 20 years of extensive experience in all facets of design which shapes her critical role in bringing overall cohesiveness and impact to a project. She applies her skill to the many components of design including environmental graphics, immersive environments, exhibit design, wayﬁnding & signage, websites and branding. Some of the projects she has worked on include Great Rivers Greenway – a system of greenways connecting St. Louis City, St. Louis County and St. Charles County: branding, wayﬁnding, signage and website design; Grand Ole Opry: comprehensive interior graphics and signage for a new retail store; Woodcock Museum in St. Louis – an innovative digital art museum: branding, website design, marketing collateral and teacher education content and St. Louis Housing Authority – a public housing agency: branding, signage and collateral design. She has won numerous awards including an award for the Woodcock Museum website by The Association of Museums on the Web, Creativity Annual Awards and her Grand Ole Opry posters were published in the Rockport Publishers 1000 Retail Graphics book.
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