Murder House Party!
The exhibit explores Frances Glessner Lee’s detailed miniature crime scenes to train homicide investigators to convict the guilty, clear the innocent and find the truth. These dollhouse-sized diorama composites of true crime scenes were the equivalent of virtual reality in their time, and helped to revolutionize the emerging field of forensic science. Constructed in the 1940s and '50s, they are still used to train homicide investigators today. Here, Kassie Koll with artist Minda Merinsky and Stephanie Brumfield.
The open bar party featured beer from Denizens Brewing Co. and SKYY Vodka specialty cocktails, small bites from Franklin Hall, a face painter, a photo booth, a caricature artist, a tarot card reader and a contortionist. Here, NG’s Hilary Andrew and Allyson Shaw.
Lee Metz with journalist Jennifer Schonberger.
Duke's Counter’s David Hicks and Kevin McCormick serving their Moscow Mule.