We believe that art should extend beyond major cities, and through our traveling exhibitions, we bring traditional Bedouin artifacts and art to Little Rock, Arkansas, or photographs by indigenous American artists to Palmer, Alaska. We provide museum-quality curation, preparation, shipping, and artworks to audiences that are urban and rural, remote and well connected. Are you looking for the online series reflect / project? Visit this page.
ExhibitsUSA (EUSA) exhibitions create access to an array of arts and humanities experiences, nurture the understanding of diverse cultures and art forms, and encourage the expanding depth and breadth of cultural life in local communities.
Grants from the National Endowment for the Arts allow EUSA to provide exhibitions at prices of up to 40% less than the cost of producing the exhibition. EUSA encompasses fine art, folk art, photography, and more. Learn more about our offerings, designed as turnkey experiences for spaces of all sizes and backgrounds. Visit our site.
NEH on the Road
Mid-America Arts Alliance partners with the National Endowment for the Humanities for NEH on the Road, which tours large-scale humanities exhibitions, scaled for smaller spaces. All NEH on the Road exhibitions fit in 2,000 square feet of space.
Each exhibition includes a compelling mix of artifacts, text, graphics, photographs, interactives, educational, and other community programming information. Learn more about hosting, and the currently touring exhibitions you can bring to your community. Visit our website.
Interested in touring your exhibition? M-AAA accepts proposals for art exhibitions of existing work to tour nationally through ExhibitsUSA. We are particularly interested in small to mid-sized exhibitions (approximately 2,000 square feet or 250 linear feet and under) with low security and environmental requirements that can travel via common carrier or van line. (Other proposals will also be considered.) You can find more information at the ExhibitsUSA website.