Featured Exhibitions


All the news that’s fit to travel

M-AAA’s traveling exhibition programs are NEH on the Road and ExhibitsUSA, and between the two, we have over forty-three exhibitions in marketing and touring across the country.

The next to launch is Savages and Princesses: The Persistence of Native American Stereotypes, which will open at Willa Cather Foundation in April. It brings together thirteen contemporary Native American visual artists who reclaim their right to represent their identities as Native Americans, using symbolism, humor, and more. Savages and Princesses will visit Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Oregon, and beyond, but there is still room on its tour for YOU. Book it today in your gallery.

New to the roster, Two Minutes to Midnight and the Architecture of Armageddon visits images of both current and past nuclear realities as the world sees the Doomsday Clock set at two minutes to midnight for the first time since the Cold War. It will tour April 2021 to March 2026, and spots are filling quickly. Learn more about bringing Two Minutes to Midnight to your community.

Want to see if one of our exhibitions will be visiting your state? Check out our events calendar. Have an idea for a traveling exhibition? Visit this page.