Would you like to inspire youth and adults about the future of space?
Why not exhibit some of the Humans in Space Youth Artwork in your museum, gallery, metro station, shopping mall, park, airport, library, town-square, community center, college campus, hospital, city hall, or other location?
If you are interested in hosting an exhibit, please submit a request to gain access to high resolution images and supplemental exhibit materials by filling out the Exhibit Application and Agreement Forms. Click below to download forms.
E-mail your completed forms to email@example.com, include “Exhibit Request” in the subject line. We will contact you after we have reviewed your exhibit request forms.
A few notes about hosting an exhibit:
- The agreement to showcase the artwork is between USRA and each artist. Exhibit rights granted to an exhibit host by USRA allow the host to use the artwork only in the requested location for the requested time period outlined in the application. Artwork cannot be given to any other individual or group or altered. Credit to the artist must be viewable for each displayed artwork. Artwork is for only non-commercial, educational purposes and not for merchandising.
- Obtaining permission to use a certain venue, compliance with venue safety regulations, artwork mounting agreements, etc. are the responsibility of the exhibit host.
- All funds required for the exhibit are the exhibit host’s responsibility
- Marketing or promotion of the exhibit event is permitted, although credit to the Humans in Space Youth Art Competition must be included in these materials.
- Translation of artist credits, signage, brochures, flyers, etc. into other languages is permitted.
- Please consider sharing your best event photos and/or event-specific promotional brochures and flyers or interesting event-associated activities (such as educational scavenger hunts, etc.) with the Humans in Space Youth Art Competition. These items can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for requesting to host an exhibit and your interest in sharing the excitement of space science, technology, exploration and art!