Traveling Exhibition Services

The Michigan State University Museum has developed this Traveling Exhibition Service to make the results of its extensive research, collections, and educational programs accessible to a wider audience.

Contacts:

Traveling Exhibition Service Coordinator
Michigan State University Museum
East Lansing, MI 48824-1045
Phone: 517.432.0699
E-mail: frenchve@msu.edu

Africa
  • Ahmed "Kathy" Kathrada: A South African Activist for Non-Racialism and Democracy
  • Conscience of the Human Spirit: The Life of Nelson Mandela
  • Dear Mr. Mandela....Dear Mrs. Parks: Children's Letters, Global Lessons
  • Images of Human Rights: South African Prints
  • Siyazama: Traditional Arts, Education, and AIDS in South Africa
African American
  • Quilting Sisters: African-American Quiltmaking in Michigan
  • Unpacking Collections: The Legacy of Cuesta Benberry, An African American Quilt Scholar
  • Welcome to Idlewild: The Black Eden of Michigan
Agriculture and Rural Life
  • America’s Fairs: Educating Communitites
  • Fairtime: America's Fairs, Horse Racing and Livestock
  • Horse Racing and Early FairTime Entertainment
  • Livestock Heritage: Serving a Nation
  • Michigan Eats: Regional Culture Through Food
  • Michigan Heritage Barns: An Artist’s Perspective
  • Storytelling Through the Mail: Tall Tale Postcards
  • The Unauthorized Audubon...a conversation in prints and poetry
Cultural Diversity
  • A Community Between Two Worlds: Arab Americans in Greater Detroit
  • Conscience of the Human Spirit: The Life of Nelson Mandela
  • Immigration and Caricature: Ethnic Images from the Appel Collection
  • Quilts of Southwest China
  • Uneasy Years: Michigan Jewry During Depression and War
Environment and Science
  • Echoes of Silent Spring: 50 Years of Environmental Awareness
Human Rights
  • Ahmed "Kathy" Kathrada: A South African Activist for Non-Racialism and Democracy
  • Conscience of the Human Spirit: The Life of Nelson Mandela
  • Dear Mr. Mandela....Dear Mrs. Parks: Children's Letters, Global Lessons
  • Images of Human Rights: South African Prints
  • The International Print Portfolio: Artists’ Expressions of Universal Human Rights
  • Quilts and Human Rights
  • Siyazama: Traditional Arts, Education, and AIDS in South Africa
Michigan Traditions and Traditional Arts
  • A Community Between Two Worlds: Arab Americans in Greater Detroit
  • Campus and Community: MSU's Land-Grant Tradition of Community-Engaged Action
  • Great Lakes Native Quilting
  • The Mary Schafer Collection: A Legacy of Quilt History
  • Michigan Eats: Regional Culture Through Food
  • Michigan Folksong Legacy: Grand Discoveries from the Great Depression
  • Michigan Heritage Barns: An Artist’s Perspective
  • Michigan Quilt Project Blocks
  • MSU American Indian Heritage Pow Wow Portraits: Photographs by Douglas Elbinger
  • Rags, Rugs and Weavers: A Living Tradition
  • Uneasy Years: Michigan Jewry During Depression and War
  • Welcome to Idlewild: The Black Eden of Michigan
Native American
  • Great Lakes Native Quilting
  • MSU American Indian Heritage Pow Wow Portraits: Photographs by Douglas Elbinger
  • To Honor and Comfort: Native Quilting Traditions
  • To Honor and Comfort: Native Quilting Traditions (interpretive panel version)
Quilts and Textiles
  • Conscience of the Human Spirit: The Life of Nelson Mandela
  • Great Lakes Native Quilting
  • The Mary Schafer Collection: A Legacy of Quilt History
  • Michigan Quilt Project Blocks
  • Quilting Sisters: African-American Quiltmaking in Michigan
  • Quilts and Human Rights
  • Quilts of Southwest China
  • Quilts Old and New: Reproductions from the Great Lakes Quilt Center
  • Rags, Rugs and Weavers: A Living Tradition
  • Redwork: A Textile Tradition in America
  • To Honor and Comfort: Native Quilting Traditions
  • To Honor and Comfort: Native Quilting Traditions (interpretive panel version)
  • Unpacking Collections: The Legacy of Cuesta Benberry, An African American Quilt Scholar

By exhibit (or date):

Conscience of the Human Spirit: The Life of Nelson Mandela
Mariposa Museum and World Cultural Center, Peterborough, NH
April 15 - July 5, 2018

To Honor and Comfort: Native Quilting Traditons
Stauth Memorial Museum, Montezuma, KS
July 7 - September 30, 2018

By Date (or exhibit):

Opens 2018

April 15 - July 5, 2018
Conscience of the Human Spirit: The Life of Nelson Mandela
Mariposa Museum and World Cultural Center, Peterborough, NH

July 7 - September 30, 2018
To Honor and Comfort: Native Quilting Traditions

Stauth Memorial Museum, Montezuma, KS

Back to the top

All Rights Reserved