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For All the World To See
Visual Culture and The Struggle for Civil Rights

Free Angela Davis, c. 1971. Pinback. 3 in. diameter. Collection of Civil Rights Archive/CADVC-UMBC, Baltimore, Maryland, 2005.108

Curator: Dr. Maurice Berger, Research Professor, The Center for Art, Design, and Visual Culture, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Co-organized by: The Center for Art, Design, and Visual Culture, University of Maryland, Baltimore County and the National Museum of African-American History and Culture, Smithsonian Institution.
Contents:  The exhibition includes objects, graphics, magazines, and other paper ephemera related to the media presentation of the Civil Rights movement. It will also include multiple video presentations with film footage from television, cinematic, and governmental sources.

Duration: 7-week display

Rental fee: $1,000

Security: Limited

Run ft./Sq.ft.:1700 - 2000

Number of crates: 15 crates (and 1 tub)

Total weight: 4,400 lbs

Shipping expense: The maximum out of pocket shipping expense is $1,000. Exhibitor will coordinate with the M-AAA registrar for all outgoing transportation arrangements.

Insurance: The exhibition is fully insured by M-AAA at no additional expense to you, both while installed and during transit.


For All the World to See tours April 2012 through March 2017. The dates below reflect 7-week exhibition periods. Dates are subject to change; please call for current availability.

April 2012- March 2017

April 6 - May 25

June 16 - August 11

September 1- October 20

November 10 - January 7

January 28 - March 16
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