For the past 40 years, Norman Bleckner has provided leadership as a Designer and Project Director producing major exhibits for Museums, Visitor Centers, Halls of Fame, World Fairs and International Expositions in the USA, Europe and Asia. Among them are The Museum of Jewish History - A Living Memorial To The Holocaust, NYC; The American Museum of Natural History’s Rose Center For Earth & Space, NYC; The Pro Football Hall Of Fame, Canton, OH; The National Civil War Museum, Harrisburg, PA; The Louisville Slugger Museum & Visitor Center. Louisville KY; The National Watch & Clock Museum, Columbia PA; The Ancient Exhibits Museum, Athens, Greece; The American Heart Association’s Halle Heart Center, Phoenix, AZ; The Mashantucket Indian Museum, CT; The Air Transportation Exhibit for The National Air & Space Museum in Washington, DC; and The National Cable Museum, Denver, CO.
As an independent Consultant since 2006, he continues to be involved in designing and producing new challenging projects. Recently he served The Pro Football Hall of Fame as a consultant and Owners Representative producing The “Moments, Memories & Mementos Gallery” and “The Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery”. Mr. Bleckner has also been teaching for the past 6 years in the graduate Exhibition Design program at the Fashion Institute of Technology where he has been successful in collaborating with Museums and engaging students to develop design proposals for sites including The National Museum of American History in Washington, DC; The Envision Peace Museum in Philadelphia, PA, The Rubin Museum and The Pro Football Hall of Fame, Canton, OH.