Traveling Exhibit

Robert Shetterly and Tilly Woodward at Iowa Wesleyan College AWTT exhibit, 2009

Traveling Exhibit

Louisville Public School students attend the Women´s History Month Exhibit of AWTT portraits at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage, 2012.

Hosting an Exhibit

There are more than 250 portraits in the non-partisan, AWTT series. Each 30" x 36" portrait is painted on a wood panel and is available to be displayed in universities, museums, schools, community libraries, churches or other public and private venues.

Exhibits are often built around themes -- environmental justice, civil rights, the media, indigenous issues, women´s rights, and much more -- or a set of individuals who will inspire your students, members or constituents. Exhibits have been hosted by a wide range of organizations in 35 states and Washington, DC.

Robert Shetterly is available to give talks and workshops in conjunction with exhibits of the portraits. Please fill out the form to the left to learn about availability of the portraits, rental fees, space requirements, shipping and speaking fees.


AWTT will organize speakers and panels from the extensive roster of living portrait subjects for exhibitors. Please specify if you are interested learning more about bringing the portrait subjects to speak at your venue or event. 

Exhibit Inquiry Form

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Future Exhibits

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