Book an Exhibition
Booking an exhibition is as easy as following the steps below.
To ensure a successful hosting experience, ExhibitsUSA provides exhibition support including, clear and concise installation and shipping instructions; comprehensive programming guides; press kits with digital imagery, sample press releases, and public service announcements; comprehensive insurance coverage; and individual assistance in identifying and developing ancillary educational activities with every exhibition.
Step 1: Find an Exhibition
Click here to view our extensive offerings of arts and humanities exhibitions or contact Constituent Services for a suggested show. EUSA shows come in many sizes and security levels, depending on your organization’s needs and capabilities.
Step 2: Contact EUSA
To obtain tour schedules, fact sheets, checklists or additional images for all exhibitions, contact Constituent Services at 800-473-3872, ext. 208/209 or MoreArt (at) maaa.org.
Step 3: Hold Your Date
Your Constituent Services representative will place a complimentary 30-day hold on any available EUSA tour date.
Step 4: Submit a Facility Report
Download and submit a Facility Report. Facility Reports are based on the security requirements for the exhibition; click here to learn more about security levels and requirements. Facility Reports will be reviewed by EUSA staff at MoreArt (at) maaa.org.
Step 5: Contract
Once your Facility Report has been approved by EUSA, a contract will be issued for the agreed upon exhibition dates. The responsible party/parties must sign and return an original contract. An Exhibition Tool Kit, containing a Registrar’s packet, Programming guide, Press Release, and any printed promotional materials will be mailed to the venue four-six months prior to the exhibition’s opening date but may be requested in advance.
Step 6: Final Evaluation
After you’ve hosted an exhibition, a final evaluation will be due. Evaluations help us determine the success of each exhibition, and how to make touring easier for everyone.
Questions? Contact us at 800-473-3872, ext. 208/209 or MoreArt (at) maaa.org.