With a new season come fresh offerings: the new Content | Media | Message website and the Spring 2013 Newsletter, where you can read about Deborah's two latest audio tours for Acoustiguide. Read the rave reviews here. Content | Media | Message has also partnered with design professional, educator, and consultant Joe Caserto to offer website content and design packages. Just fill out this intake form to receive a same-day cost estimate. If you're looking to sharpen your writing skills, make sure to check out Confessions of a Schoolmarm, Deborah's new grammatically correct e-tabloid (read more about it here).
Deborah Schull has just completed the writing of a new audio tour for Acoustiguide, Inc., entitled "China's Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor's Legacy." Kicking off the tenth anniversary of the Asian Art Museum at San Francisco's Civic Center on February 22, 2013, this epic exhibition will draw from one of the greatest archeological discoveries of modern times. On view will be 120 rare objects from the tomb complex of China's First Emperor (259-210 BCE), including horses, chariots, and ten life-size terracotta warriors. An estimated 8,000 terracotta figures have been excavated from the underground city, which took 700,000 laborers and nearly 40 years to build. This is Deborah’s third audio tour with Acoustiguide. John Simoniello was the editor.
Featuring over 200 precious objects from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the new exhibitition “FABERGÉ: The Rise and Fall” opened on October 14, 2012, and will run through January 12, 2013, at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The show traces Karl Fabergé’s rise to fame, highlighting his business savvy, artistic innovations, and privileged relationship with the Russian aristocracy. Scripted under the superb editorial eye of Acoustiguide, Inc.’s, creative director, Julie Treumann, Deborah Schull’s audio tour for the exhibition has drawn some rave reviews. Lynn H. (“Elite ‘12”) from Northville, Michigan, told YELP: “The audio tour that accompanies the exhibit is first class, and I do not say that lightly. Of the dozens and dozens of audio tours I've taken, this is probably the best, combining Fabergé and Russian history expertise to create a compelling and completely accessible story.”
More great press and audience reviews here.