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Planning and Implementing a Successful Traveling Exhibition Cooperative Exhibition Projects. Bonnie Morris Bonnie.morris@ung.edu Cynthia Horne Cynthia.horne@ung.edu. University of North Georgia – Dahlonega Campus. Library Technology Center. The Library Technology Center.

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    1. Planning and Implementing a Successful Traveling ExhibitionCooperative Exhibition Projects Bonnie Morris Bonnie.morris@ung.edu Cynthia Horne Cynthia.horne@ung.edu

    2. University of North Georgia – Dahlonega Campus Library Technology Center

    3. The Library Technology Center Layout of Building Hours Open Exhibition space University Exhibitions Traveling Exhibitions

    4. University Art ExhibitionsOngoing Senior Fine Arts Student Shows Faculty-curated Shows Art Faculty Academic Faculty & Traveling Shows

    5. Smithsonian Foodways2009 Continuing Education with community partners Smithsonian Institute, 2009 Key Ingredients: America by Food Provided space only

    6. Hiroshima and Nagasaki 2010 History Professor had a contact with other exhibition location. Posters and lectures. Excellent community participation.

    7. Rodin Exhibition2011 A Guy Knew A Guy Who Knew A Professor Town-Gown Partners Volunteers Other points $4M in art in your library Controversial art

    8. Lincoln Exhibition2012 Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War

    9. The American Library Association (ALA) ; collaboration with the National Constitution Center (NCC) • Application process to ALA; turned down for John Adams exhibition back in 2009, applied for Lincoln in 2010, were turned down, they added new sites and we were accepted. • Partners: History, education, music • Volunteers: Exhibit consisted of 5 panels so we did not use docents. We did have volunteers from the schools of Education and History available to help with large school groups and one of our history professors spoke to all school groups. • 2,250 viewers, 5 schools • Donation of Civil War book collection

    10. Fighting the Fires of Hate: America and the Nazi Book Burnings2013 Challenging application and funding process Logistical heavy exhibition

    11. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum • Extensive application process. • Sought funding • Partners: Kennesaw State and their Museum of History & Holocaust Education, Gainesville State, departments of History , Education, and Music, admissions • Docents and ambassadors from History and Education; one professor from each department talked to all school tour groups • 8 public schools, 1,600 students, 4,000 total viewers

    12. Future Plans Ongoing Senior Art Student Shows Proposal for Smithsonian ant exhibition Possible funding from parent company of Orkin Partner with Biology and other sister institutions Seeking 2015 idea

    13. Lessons Learned • Choose partners and projects conscientiously. • Make sure you are aware of the size and scope of the project. • Over plan. You will not regret it. • Form a committee, librarians love committees. • If you have volunteers/docents: • Be clear on your and the exhibit group’s expectations, messages and behavioral guidelines. Train them. • Guide them. Praise them. Reward them.

    14. Contact Us University of North Georgia Dahlonega Library Technology Center Bonnie Morris Cynthia Horne 706-864-1521 706-864-1522 Bonnie.morris@ung.educynthia.horne@ung.edu