A Place for All People is a historic poster exhibit celebrating the opening of the newest Smithsonian museum, the National Museum of African American History and Culture. A Place for All People is generously supported by the Smithsonian Institution’s Office of the Provost.
The African American story is one characterized by pain and glory, power and civility, enslavement and freedom. A Place for All People evokes the power of oration and freedom stories, the brilliance of artistic achievement, and the soaring heights of cultural expression, philosophy, sports and politics. In addition to profiling the long struggle to create the Museum, the building’s architectural design and its prominent location on the National Mall, the poster exhibit is a survey of the African American community’s powerful, deep and lasting contributions to the American story.
A handbook with display instructions may be found by clicking here.
The poster show includes 20 high-resolution posters (26.5″ x 18.5″) that are printed on sintra board and ready for use. There is no cost to utilize this traveling exhibit and it may be reserved for a minimum of one week and a maximum of 4 weeks. During the month of February, reservations are limited to a one week time period. For more information or to reserve a date, please contact Pepper Hill via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or 910-798-4362.