“A Place for All People: Introducing the National Museum of African American History and Culture” is a commemorative poster exhibition celebrating the Smithsonian’s newest museum which opened Sept. 24, 2016. Based on the inaugural exhibitions of the museum, the posters highlight key artifacts that tell the rich and diverse story of the African American experience. “A Place for All People” is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) in collaboration with the museum.
This 20 poster exhibit is available for display at your event or location up until December 2017. Contact us for reservations.
We can bring STEM-focused interactive exhibits or activities to your location
DHEx Enterprises provides traveling panel exhibitions for display at schools, libraries, and organization events. These displays present a unique opportunity for communities to view and learn from images of educational significance.
The cost for the exhibitions is $150 for up to 4 hours. The exhibits are informative on their own, however, I accompany the exhibit and provide additional insight into each topic with or without questions.
Logistics - exhibit space and tables will be required, depending upon the size of the exhibit. I also request ability to sell educational or history-related books or products at the event.
The following subject matter exhibits are available:
Little Legends - children that have made history under age 21
African American Inventors and Inventions
African Americans in the Military - Revolutionary war to present
African Americans During the Revolutionary War
History of Civil Rights - time line 1800s - to present
African American History - combination of some or all of the other topics
Martin Luther King
Addy's World - Life of Addy and Children during slavery and the years after
African Americans in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathementics (STEM)
Women in STEM
Contact us with your request for a particular exhibit and which date and time.