9/11 Memorial Exhibition Brochure 2011 : Page 8
In Memoriam will honor the lives of those killed on September 11, 2001, and in the World Trade Center bombing on February 26, 1993. To create this exhibition, the Museum requests the following materials from family and others close to these individuals: › A portrait photograph › Three to ﬁve additional photographs › A remembrance of the individual recorded by family members, close friends, or co-workers › One to two personal objects We are honored by the trust demonstrated by those who have already contributed material for the memorial exhibition and are grateful for your past and future participation. These gifts enrich the Museum’s permanent collection and our ability to commemorate your loved ones. how can you participate? To contact us directly with any questions you have, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 877-671-1636 by mail: Photographs and objects may be mailed to: National September 11 Memorial & Museum One Liberty Plaza, 20 th Floor New York, NY 10006 Attention: Chief Curator For further shipping guidance, please see our website: www.national911memorial.org/shipping by web-upload: Photographs may be uploaded to: www.national911memorial.org/upload by phone : Recorded remembrances may be made at any time though Call to Remember at 866-582-5613. For instructions and to locate your loved one’s ID number, please see our website: www.national911memorial.org/call through our partnerships September 11th Initiative Managed by our partner, StoryCorps. Recorded remembrances may be scheduled for in-person recordings. For more information and to schedule an appointment, please see our website: www.national911memorial.org/share 9/11 Living Memorial Managed by our partner, Voices of September 11th. Photographs may be scanned and returned by making an appointment. For more information and to contact a member of VOICES, please see our website: www.national911memorial.org/LM Further information about In Memoriam can be found on our website: www.national911memorial.org/remember Museum staff will continue to work with you—through and beyond our original April 30, 2011 deadline—to ensure we have ﬁtting exhibition content for each victim. what exactly should be donated? A clear portrait photograph showing the full face of your loved one. This photograph should: › Depict the individual alone. › Be an original print or digital ﬁle. If digital, it should be scanned at 600 dpi or higher (a 20 MB digital ﬁle equivalency). › Date to approximately 2001. Three to ﬁve additional photographs. These photographs should: › Feature the individual clearly. › Show the individual with friends, family, or doing activities he or she enjoyed. › Be an original print or digital ﬁle. If digital, they should be scanned at 300 dpi or higher (a 10 MB digital ﬁle equivalency). Recorded remembrances by family members, close friends, or co-workers sharing anecdotes and favorite stories about the individual. These remembrances can: › Be recorded anytime through Call to Remember , our phone-in initiative (866-582-5613). › Be scheduled and recorded in person through our partnership with StoryCorps (877-671-1636). One to two personal objects relating to the individual’s life, illustrating career, favorite pastimes, commitments, hobbies and/or relationships, recovered property, or memorial gestures and events. These objects, held in perpetuity in the Museum’s permanent collection, will be exhibited at the Museum’s discretion on a rotating basis. Please limit your donation to one or two portrait photograph choices, ﬁve additional photographs, a recorded remembrance, and one or two objects. Design studies by Thinc Design with Local Projects. Brochure design: WeilCo.