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Exhibition Details

Exhibition Name:

Exploring America: A Photographic Journey of our National Parks

Description: This traveling exhibit is a journey to explore our great country’s National Parks and the places in between. So far these adventures have taken David Hares II over 50,000 miles in an attempt to capture the beauty and uniqueness of our country's treasures. These photographs are meant to trigger memories of times you may have spent in these wonderful places, to inspire you to see them again or experience them for the first time. Join us on this journey to Explore America.

This traveling exhibit helps celebrate the National Parks and the National Park Service.

• 85 matted photographic images in identical 25" x 25” frames.
• Label text with title, location, date and a QR Code connects to the site for each photograph
• Exhibit Overview text
• Photographers bio and photograph
• Map of travels. Photos in the exhibit are displayed in map order.
• Hand out sheet with map, and stories of some of the photographs
• Digital images for publicizing the exhibit
• Inventory/Condition report
• Digital Image for a 8' x 12' marque wall.
• Exploring America: A Photographic Journey book (2 copies)

If interested, please contact us to receive a complimentary copy of the "Exploring America" book showing many of the photographs from the exhibit.
Category: Natural History
Primarily Consists Of: Photographic Images
Cost: $5,000 plus shipping (Discounted from $7,500 for 2017 and Spring 2018)
Size: 250 Linear feet min (Can be reduced if less space available)
Venue Length: 10 weeks minimum
Availability: Summer 2017 and beyond
Special Requirements: Environmental Controls. Exhibit must be in an area protected from direct sunlight.
Previous Venues: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
Organization: Exploring America Exhibits
Contact: David Hares II
Address: P.O. Box 471624, Fort Worth, 76147 USA
Phone: 972-393-5484
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