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309ExhibitsUSA's Last Minute Exhibition Availabilities and General Price Reductions on Traveling Exhibitions

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  • Molly Alspaugh
    Dec 29, 2006
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      ExhibitsUSA Reduces Rental Fees for Six Traveling Exhibitions

      ExhibitsUSA is pleased to offer reduced rental fees for six of our traveling exhibitions that are newly marketed in our 2006-2007 Catalog of Traveling Exhibitions. We are currently taking holds for these exhibitions. Please call Exhibitor Relations today at 816/421-1388 for more information!


      Newly Marketed Exhibitions with Reduced Rental Fees
      Imaging Blackness, 1915–2002: Film Posters from the IndianaUniversity Black Film Center/Archive
      Nosotras: Portraits of Latinas
      Still Dancing: The Pursuit of Tradition in the 21st Century
      Sister Corita: The Joyous Revolutionary
      Linedrives and Lipstick: The Untold Story of Women's Baseball
      Spirit and Soul: The Art of Dean Mitchell



      Exhibitions with Last Minute Availability
      Do you have a last minute cancellation in your exhibition calendar?


      If so, ExhibitsUSA has a few exhibitions with last minute availabilities!
      Please contact Exhibitor Relations at 816/421-1388 with interest in any of the exhibitions listed below.


      Exhibitions with Last Minute Availabilities
      Arctic Spirit: Inuit Art from the Albrecht Collection at the Heard Museum

      Return of the Yellow Peril: A Survey of the Work of Roger Shimomura, 1969-2004
      Paper Cuts: The Art of Contemporary Paper

      COWGIRLS: Contemporary Portraits of the American West

      Hungry Planet: What the World Eats
      NEH on the Road: Heroes of the Sky: Adventures in Early Flight, 1903-1939



      Molly E. Alspaugh
      Exhibitor Relations Coordinator
      ExhibitsUSA, a national program of Mid-America Arts Alliance
      2018 Baltimore Avenue
      Kansas City, MO  64108
      (p) 816.421.1388 x209
      (f)  816.421.3918
      Visit www.eusa.org to download a pdf of our new Catalog of Traveling Exhibitions 2006-2007.