Traveling exhibitions for venues across the United StatesExhibitsUSA Website
We believe that art should extend beyond major cities. Through M-AAA first-class traveling exhibitions, we bring contemporary Cuban art to Little Rock, Arkansas, or award-winning book illustrations to Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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. Our exhibitions encompass fine art, folk art, photography, popular culture, fashion, and more.
We provide museum-quality curation, education/interpretation, preparation, and shipping logistics to venues that are urban and rural, remote and well-connected. Art museums, university galleries, performing arts centers, historical societies, science centers, and other venues from Florida to Alaska and Hawaii display exhibitions by EUSA.
Grants from the National Endowment for the Arts allow EUSA to provide exhibitions at rental prices that are significantly less than the cost of producing the same exhibition in-house. Learn more about our offerings, designed as turnkey experiences for nonprofit, tribal, or civic spaces of all sizes and backgrounds.
Celebrating Black History MonthFind Out More
Happy Black History Month! All year long, we share the powerful stories of Black Americans and their diasporic culture through M-AAA programs and our touring exhibition program ExhibitsUSA. This month, we’re highlighting a few of those exhibitions and stories of…
April First Friday: Walking in AntarcticaFind Out More
Join us for a trip to Antarctica! Opening April 1, 2022, for Kansas City First Friday, M-AAA will be hosting an exhibition preview of Walking in Antarctica from ExhibitsUSA. Though the building will not be open, the preview includes the artist’s…
New Exhibition Opens in Topeka, KSFind Out More
New from ExhibitsUSA, Resilience—A Sansei Sense of Legacy Opens March 11, 2022 In 1942, in response to the bombing of Pearl Harbor by Japanese forces, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed into law Executive Order 9066. The law ordered the forced…
Pictured: An installation shot of Resilience—A Sansei Sense of Legacy featuring the artwork of Reiko Fujii titled Detained Alien Enemy Glass Kimono.