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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
01/25
WheatonArts
Millville, New Jersey
01/24
Wisconsin National Guard Museum
Camp Douglas, Wisconsin
01/23
Martin Museum of Art
Waco, Texas
01/23
Joel Lane Museum House
Raleigh, North Carolina
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01/23
Florida Association of Museums
Tallahassee, Florida
12/16
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Yakima, Washington
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Glennallen, Alaska
Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Specialized
Strengthening our people by preserving and promoting the Ahtna culture and supporting education.
Haines, Alaska
History, Natural History, Nature Centers
We are a Natural History museum With over 200 exhibits from a Dragon Fly to a 9 ft. Brown Bear. Our Live raptor center will be opening in the summer of 2010 with live birds on display and presentations.
Metlakatla, Alaska
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Nature Centers, Park, Specialized
Home built in 1891 for Anglican Missionary William Duncan of Beverly, England. Exhibits include personal possessions, antique phonographs, furniture, telephones, Tsimshian bentwood box, ceremonial drum, book collection on Alaska territorial law, educational and religious magazines. Also, photographs of life in Metlakatla, British Columbia, on through migration to Metlakatla, Alaska, and pictorial display of history of William Duncan's life accomplishments. Guided tours available.
Kotzebue, Alaska
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Culture, History, Library, Nature Centers, Science
The National Park Service is constructing a new visitor services/administration building – the Northwest Arctic Heritage Center – in Kotzebue, Alaska. The single-story structure, located on the site formally occupied by NANA Museum of the Arctic, will be 12,350 square feet. Space includes 8,450 sq. ft. for visitor services and 3,900 sq. ft. for NPS operations.
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