Consulted with NASA on my carry design and they advised me to put everything into a large backpack - 86 the cart. This was a brilliant idea (in theory) since a) won't have to drag the cart up the stairs later and b) I think the stuff will fit into a cab if I can find one.
I bought some small clips to put prints around the top of the display and I'm definitely going out there again today (Sunday).
"stay away from the aluminum foil!!! i know it's a beckerman tradition to wrap things (tv antennnas, tuna fish sandwiches, pavlov's salivating dog) in aluminum foil, but for god's sake stay away from the foil!" GR - friend from 2nd Grade P.S. 104
I'm not doing the aluminum foil thing - I decided that I would hang some wind chimes from the display - noise, sparkle etc. Don't have them yet. When I was in 2nd grade, I made a dog out of paper mache with a tube running through it to illustrate Pavlov's principle: I would ring a bell and squeeze a bulb filled with water and the dog would salivate - or spritz out of its mouth. (The beginning of inkjet printing).
Or, paint the whole thing red white and blue and drape an American flag over everything - okay, I won't go there at this point in our history.
I still need to figure out a couple of things - how to get a couple of larger prints out there and how to setup some small flip through display. I want to make a little contraption that folds out of cardboard - essentially a cardboard box, but it fold flat to fit into backpack and then opens to hold small prints for flipping through.
Not exactly rocket science this...
Speaking of NASA, they said they were working on a stair-climbing contraption but it would take 15 years to develop, 25 million dollars and the first few prototypes had blown up scattering art throughout the building.