Men with many hats, the Exhibit Guys taken together have over 70 years experience creating exhibits for Science Centers and Children’s Museums.  We have the skills, the resources, and the attitude to deliver products with the quality you need, at prices you can afford.  For more information, or to discuss your project, send email to All@TheExhibitGuys.com, and one of the guys will get right back to you.  Or you can phone or email one of us directly:

Joe Ruggiero began his museum career in 1986 at the New York Hall of Science, serving as Director of Exhibits before leaving in 1989.  He also held positions as Exhibit Developer at the Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose; Director of Exhibits and Associate Executive Director of the Flandrau Science Center in Tucson; and Exhibits Director and Interim Executive Director of the Tucson Children's Museum.

email: joe@theExhibitGuys.com    phone: 520-323-4385

“Electronics Guy” Tom Nielsen supplies the juice for many of our exhibits.  Tom was a key member of the core creative staff at Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose for 15 years, where he served as Director of Exhibits, and as Senior Exhibit Developer on National Science Foundation funded exhibitions such as Rhythm, Take Another Look, and Alice's Wonderland.  He has also worked on staff at the New York Hall of Science, Explora!, and the Museum of Science, Boston.

email: tom@theExhibitGuys.com    phone: 520-275-7256

Dik Castle is an accomplished woodworker and all-around craftsman, with 30 years experience on staff at the Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium in Tucson, Arizona.  Dik also creates musical instruments. His unique Canjos and Ceramic Banjos are sometimes offered for sale on eBay.

email: dik@theExhibitGuys.com

Tom Nielsen

Joe Ruggiero and Rocky

Dik Castle

Strategy session with Dick Falkard at the historic Congress Hotel Tap Room in Tucson