In 2013, Stanford began work to adapt the designs and functionality in Atrium to meet a pressing need for providing exhibits to satisfy donor requirements. This work came to be named Spotlight!, though in development it was also variously referred to (respectfully) as "BLomeka" for a Blacklight-based Omeka, or Atrium 2 or Exhibitz.
Development is currently (Winter 2014) underway with Github as the central resource: https://github.com/sul-dlss/spotlight
At the Hydra Partners meeting in September 2013 at State College, PA, the initial design artifacts for this Exhibits tool, produced by Gary Geisler at Stanford after substantial analysis over the summer of 2013, were discussed.
Exemplars of Exhibits
Atrium Code Swap Notes