AZ Centennial Best Fest Pavilions a Resounding Success!

The first of three Arizona Centennial Best Fest events, which kicked off the weekend of September 16-18th in Prescott, was a resounding success, by all accounts! The festival was well organized and, in addition to the educational pavilions shown here, featured a variety of food, entertainment, vendors, cultural displays and “villages” – something for everyone! Our client, the Arizona Centennial 2012 Foundation, headed by Karen Churchard, was delighted with the results, and Ken Koziol with Entertainment Solutions, the festival producer, told Doug Knab, the director of Image Craft’s ICON Themed Environments division:  

“GREAT JOB on the Pavilions for the Prescott AZ Best Fest….the museum structures and content were absolutely phenomenal! I appreciate all of the time and effort you and your team put forth to make it all happen, with such a short planning timeframe….it was simply amazing.  Please pass on my sincere thanks to all of your guys & gals that made it come together!”

The four educational pavilions we fabricated are Military History, Natural Resources, Arizona History, and Science & the Future. The design team for the pavilions was JRC Design of Phoenix.  Image Craft produced all the interior and exterior graphics, our ICON Themed Environments division constructed the interior walls, video kiosks, and museum display cases, and our install team did a great job getting it all in place! Teamwork in action!!

In case you missed it, they’re doing it all again in Tucson in January and Phoenix in February. Please visit the AZ Centennial’s official web site for all the latest updates! Meanwhile, be sure to visit our Flickr page for a complete set of photos documenting the pavilions, from fabrication thru final product, inside and out!

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