A native of Portland, Tim Ventimiglia leads projects for RAA, an award-winning international interpretive planning and exhibition design firm.
Tim’s work includes institutional planning and development, interpretive planning, architectural and interior design and exhibition design for major institutions, including the Corning Museum of Glass (NY), the Museum of World Religions (Taiwan), the new year-round visitor center for Grand Teton National Park in Jackson Hole (WY), the Smithsonian’s Arctic Studies Center (AK), the new Natural History Museum of Utah (UT), and the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum (OK).
Tim also directs the Museum Design Lab, a graduate seminar on museums at The Parsons School of Design in collaboration with the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and currently teaches at Pratt Institute.
Tim is leading the design team for a special exhibition Voices of Design: 25 Years of Architalx, which will celebrate Architalx’s 25th anniversary in 2013 at the Portland Museum of Art. Tim’s presentation will feature a preview of the 25th anniversary exhibition designs.