Traveling Exhibits

 

Bring a portable music exhibit into your classroom, library, office or community center with the Great American Songbook Foundation’s traveling exhibits.

 

What exhibits are offered?

 

 

Of Thee I Sing: Politics on Stage

An exhibit exploring the intersection of entertainment, politics and patriotism from George and Ira Gershwin’s Of Thee I Sing to Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton: An American Musical!

 

 

The Andrews Sisters: Queens of the Jukebox

The Andrews Sisters. The name conjures indelible images: soldiers listening to a jukebox in the canteen; packed theaters with rabid fans jitterbugging in the aisles; and a brass-voiced trio of lanky women in chiffon dresses and bouffant hairdos.

 

 

The Unsinkable Meredith Willson 

An exhibit devoted to Meredith Willson’s (creator of The Music Man) long career in entertainment from its humble beginnings in Mason City, Iowa. This exhibit features materials from the Meredith Willson collection housed in the Songbook Foundation’s archives.

 

 

Ella Sings the Songbook

Discover how Ella’s eight Verve Record series rejuvenated the music of beloved composers from Tin Pan Alley, Broadway, and Hollywood: Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hart, Duke Ellington, Irving Berlin, George and Ira Gershwin, Harold Arlen, Jerome Kern, and Johnny Mercer.

 

 

A Fine Romance

Using images from Broadway musicals, classic films, and personal collections, A Fine Romance tells the story of Jewish artists who created songs of wit, sophistication and optimism through America's ups and downs during the 20th century.

 

How much does it cost to borrow an exhibit?

 

There is no cost to reserve a traveling exhibit. *Excludes shipping fees

 

How big are the exhibits?

 

Includes:

  • 4 exhibit bases with double-sided vinyl banners (8 educational panels in total)
    • Vinyl Print: 36"W x 69" to 92"H
  • 4 telescope poles
  • 4 carrying cases

 

It is quick, simple to use and holds two 36"x 69" to 92" banners per display

 

How long can I borrow an exhibit?

 

We will work with you to create a personalized duration of time per request. Contact Chelsea Reynowsky at the address or phone number below for more information.

 

Where have these exhibits been?

 

Most recently, our traveling exhibits have taken trips to St. Richard's School, the Carmel Clay Public Library and the Long Center for the Performing Arts.

 

How do I reserve an exhibit?

 

To reserve an exhibit contact:

Chelsea Reynowsky, Program Coordinator

317-844-5847

CReynowsky@TheSongbook.org

 

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