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Los Angeles, California
Exhibits of Humanity creates social justice exhibitions for museums, community organizers and political campaigns. Through engaging, meaningful and transformative exhibitions we expand public interest and investment in social justice issues. We have over 10 years of experience in exhibit design, museums and community organizing. more...
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Museums
08/22
Edwardsburg Area Museum
Edwardsburg, Michigan
08/21
National Museum of Health and Medicine
Silver Spring, Maryland
08/21
The Mariners' Museum and Park
Newport News, Virginia
08/21
Joel Lane Museum House
Raleigh, North Carolina
08/21
National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey
Sea Girt, New Jersey
Museum Vendors
08/21
Haley Sharpe Design
Toronto, Canada
08/16
Stories USA, Inc.
Ellicott City, Maryland
08/15
VISIT FLORIDA
Tallahassee, Florida
Museum Associations
08/22
Florida Association of Museums
Tallahassee, Florida
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Gainesville, Florida
History, Historical Society
Gainesville, Florida
Science, Specialized
To inspire creative thinking, future inventors, and early entrepreneurs. The Cade Museum for Creativity + Invention - located in Gainesville, Florida - is named for Dr. James Robert Cade, the physician, musician, researcher and inventor best known for leading the University of Florida team that created Gatorade, to honor his creative spirit and passion for new ideas. The Cade Museum is a hands-on solution to some very real problems.
Gainesville, Florida
Archaeology, Natural History, Science
The Florida Museum is Florida's state museum of natural history. The museum's two main facilities are located in Gainesville, FL on the University of Florida campus.

Powell Hall, the education and exhibition center, is home to the permanent and traveling exhibit programs, adult and children's classes, group tours and special events.
Gainesville, Florida
Archaeology, Natural History, Science
Visitors to the Florida Museum, on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, can enjoy hundreds of exotic butterflies in a rainforest setting, witness a South Florida Calusa Indian welcoming ceremony, experience a life-size limestone cave, and see a mammoth and mastodon from the last Ice Age.
Gainesville, Florida
Art, Culture, University
The Harn Museum of Art at the University of Florida opened in 1990. The Mary Ann Harn Cofrin Pavilion opened in October 2005 and includes exhibition space, a café and classrooms. An expansive addition dedicated to the conservation, display and interpretation of Asian art opened in March 2012.
Gainesville, Florida
Botanical Garden, Science
Kanapaha Botanical Gardens is a 62 acre facility developed and operated by the North Florida Botanical Society, a non-profit educational organization. In 1978, the Society signed a lease agreement with Alachua County whereby it gained access to a 33 acre tract of land for the development of a public botanical garden; in 1982, an additional 29 acre parcel was added to the lease, bringing Kanapaha Botanical Society to its present size.
Gainesville, Florida
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Park
The Matheson History Museum is a non-profit museum and archives dedicated to preserving and interpreting the history and culture of Alachua County.
Gainesville, Florida
Natural History
Gainesville’s premier nature park, Morningside Nature Center, is one of the last remaining examples of fire-dependent longleaf pine woodlands in the area. More than seven miles of trails wind through sandhill, flatwoods, cypress domes, and areas where native vegetation is being restored. Morningside boasts a spectacular wildflower display and opportunity to see a diverse array of wildlife.
Gainesville, Florida
Gainesville, Florida
Science, Zoo
The Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo is the local zoo for the Gainesville area and the laboratory for the Zoo Animal Technology Program. Set in a naturally wooded environment, the 10-acre facility is open to the public and has a diverse collection of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates. Home to over 75 difference species of animals, our diverse collection contains both native and exotic species that everyone can enjoy.
Gainesville, Florida
Art, Historic House
Owned and operated by the City of Gainesville's Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, the historic William Reuben Thomas Center is a beautifully restored Mediterranean Revival-style building that was once a private home, then a hotel. Currently the Thomas Center serves as an arts and cultural resource for Gainesville and Alachua County.
Gainesville, Florida
Art, University
THE UNIVERSITY GALLERIES are an essential component of the research and service missions of the University of Florida. Exhibitions enhance and challenge the bodies of knowledge in various studio disciplines.
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