MONA’s ARTreach program provides exhibitions to various communities throughout Nebraska. The ARTreach fees include delivery to the exhibition venue, installation of the show, labels and didactics, educational support as needed, and deinstallation and return to MONA after the exhibition’s close. With professional assistance in managing the exhibition each step of the way, ARTreach exhibitions share MONA’s collection with a variety of venues across the state.
Examples of exhibitions include:
Women Artists from the MONA Collection
A representative survey of work by women whose contributions are integral to the story of Nebraska art.
Joel Sartore’s Photo Ark: National Geographic
An exhibition based on the on-going Photo Ark project by Joel Sartore with the support of National Geographic. This documentary project is devoted to archiving intimate photographic portraits of birds, fish, mammals, reptiles and amphibians for future generations. The goal of this project and associated exhibition is to bring awareness to the many species facing extinction or endangered status caused by environmental changes.
Way To Go
Features works depicting various modes of travel that were important to the development of the state.
Additional exhibitions are listed on the MONA website in the ARTreach section.
Technical requirements: A secure environment where visitor activity is well-monitored is required, along with adequate wall space that is suitable for hanging works of art and sufficient artificial lighting for viewing of artworks. Exhibitions can be altered to suit exhibition spaces of varying sizes. Portable display panels are available to expand display space for 2-dimensional artwork. ARTreach shows have been exhibited in libraries, historical museums, art galleries, banks, hospitals, and performance halls. MONA has its own van for transporting shows to exhibition sites.
Maximum negotiable fee: $1,600
Availability: No restrictions. Booking of specific exhibitions is subject to availability.Hire This Artist
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