Traveling Exhibits

The Museum of the Cherokee Indian has produced several traveling exhibits:

Emissaries of Peace: the 1762 Cherokee and British Delegations This "We the People" exhibit has been exhibited at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian, the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, and the McClung Museum at the University of Tennessee.  It shows the perspectives of Cherokee culture and colonial British culture through the narrative of Henry Timberlake¹s Memoirs, illustrated with artifacts, artwork, reproductions, video, and life size figures.

Requirements: 2000-3000 square feet, lighting, electrical connections.

Books, retail products, educational materials can accompany exhibit.

Installation by Museum of the Cherokee Indian crew.  Loan fee of $50,000.

Trail of Tears Photo Exhibit
Photographs of contemporary sites on the Trail of Tears, text by Duane King, Ph.D., along with a life-sized reproduction of the protest roll of 15,562 signatures. 

Requirements: About 200 linear feet or less. Coffee table book available for retail.  Crates already created to minimize shipping costs.  Installation by your crew. Loan fee on request.

All My Relations Photo Exhibit
Forty black and white photographs of contemporary Cherokee people by award-winning Eastern Band artist Shan Goshorn.  From Museum Archives.

Requirements:  About 120 linear feet.  Loan fee on request.