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  1. Additional Fundraising Information

    State Humanities Councils Many state humanities councils award “mini-grants” or “resource grants” to support free admission public humanities programs of short duration. In most states, programs must involve a humanities scholar in order to qualify for a ...

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  2. Programming Requirements

    Exhibition sites are required to offer an opening event and at least two public programs for adult audiences on the humanities themes of the exhibit, presented by qualified humanities scholars. The opening event may be combined with a required public prog ...

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  3. Section 3: Programming

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  4. Promotion Guide

    To draw the audience you seek and create awareness about your exhibit and related programs, your institution needs to plan and implement an effective promotional campaign. The following guidelines are intended to help you launch a successful campaign. Inc ...

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  5. Publicity Images, Captions, and Credits

    The project director for your site will receive an invitation from Dropbox, a large-file sharing service,  to download the press kit for Changing America. There will not be a publicity CD. The press kit includes all authorized publicity images, captions a ...

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  6. Guidelines for Use of Publicity Images

    In the event of violation of the following conditions, the sponsors of the exhibit reserve the right to terminate a participating library’s program involvement. Host sites are authorized to use specific images in publicity for programs. Images may be down ...

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  7. Publicity Approval

    Publicity for the exhibition is the responsibility of the exhibiting site; however, ALA will work with each host site to achieve the best coverage possible. Please contact the ALA Public Programs Office if you have questions or need PR materials. ALA Publ ...

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  8. Guidelines for Sponsor Acknowledgement

    When in doubt, ask the ALA Public Programs Office. The official credit line should appear on all printed and other visual materials  related to the exhibition, including press releases, brochures, publications, invitations, program flyers, advertisements, ...

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  9. Official Exhibition Credit

    “Changing America: The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863 and the March on Washington, 1963” is presented by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture and the National Museum of American History in collaboration with the Ameri ...

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  10. Section 2: Publicity

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