INSIDE AFRICA is a national traveling museum exhibit that explores the many facets of Africa – its peoples, its lands, its rich cultural history and its stories – and provides a bridge to contemporary American life.
The 6,000-square-foot exhibit offers a deeper understanding of the world’s second largest continent and its peoples from historical and contemporary perspectives. Through many hands-on activities, multimedia presentations and an exceptional collection of African artifacts, the exhibit demonstrates the enormous diversity of African geography, societies and political systems.
The exhibit, produced by Evergreen Exhibitions in collaboration with the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, will tour for 5 years to 12 cities across the United States.
Based on the success of Evergreen Exhibition’s (formerly BBH) single-exhibit tour of AFRICA: One Continent. Many Worlds,” INSIDE AFRICA takes museum-goers of all cultural backgrounds and ages into the African experience, allowing them to discover firsthand the vitality, richness and significance of African peoples and communities in the context of a journey to selected sites on the African continent.
The exhibit was developed around a permanent display at The Field Museum in Chicago, with consultation by Deborah L. Mack, Ph.D.
INSIDE AFRICA is made possible by the Procter & Gamble Company.
National Corporate Sponsors:
The Procter & Gamble Company
Deborah L. Mack, Ph.D.
The Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Exhibition is Now Retired
Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
COSI Toledo, Toledo, Ohio
The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, South Carolina
Nauticus, The National Maritime Center, Norfolk, Virginia
ScienceCity at Union Station, Kansas City, Missouri
The McWane Center, Birmingham, Alabama
Louisville Science Center, Louisville, Kentucky
Saint Louis Science Center, Saint Louis, MO
Pink Palace Museum, Memphis, Tennessee
Lynx Exhibits, El Paso, Texas
Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Florida
Rocky Mount Children’s Museum, Rocky Mount, North Carolina
Call Christi Klingelhefer at 210-599-0045.