Darcie Fohrman consults with museums of all types to create multidisciplinary, interactive exhibitions. Her clients include the Exploratorium, Bay Area Discovery Museum, California Academy of Sciences, Skirball Cultural Center, and the Getty Center. Fohrman’s exhibitions include Daniel’s Story: Remember the Children at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC; Revealing Bodies at the San Francisco Exploratorium; and COURAGE: The Carolina Story That Changed America at the Levine Museum of the New South in Charlotte, North Carolina, which received the American Association of Museums Excellence in Exhibition Award and the American Association for State and Local History Award for Best Exhibition. Prior to consulting, Fohrman was the director of exhibitions at the San Diego Museum of Art and at the Spertus Museum of Judaica in Chicago, where she designed the first permanent Holocaust exhibition in the United States. She is currently working with OMCA to develop a 2013 exhibition on the San Francisco Bay.