The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

MORE Exploration.What stories, traditions, or events have impacted your life? Discover ideas, images, and objects that have moved people through time. NEH on the Road exhibitions open a window into the experiences and meanings that make us all human. read more

MORE Engagement. Seeking new ways to engage your students or visitors and spark a lifelong adventure of learning? Take them on a journey through time and explore other cultures. NEH on the Road exhibitions provide great ways to deepen student and audience engagement before, during, and after a visit.
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MORE Stories. How can you connect your audience to the stories of people and events that have shaped our world? We'll help show you how. Open up a new world of stories, images, and ideas with an NEH on the Road exhibition.
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New Exhibits
We're proud to announce the availability of two new NEH on the Road exhibits:

Bandits & Heroes, Poets & Saints: Popular Art of the Northeast of Brazil  touring from September 2015 through August 2020

The Power of Children: Making a Difference  touring from April 2015 through March 2020

Spirited Tour Begins
Spirited: Prohibition in America opened June 16 at its first venue, Living History Farms in Urbandale, IA.

On-Site Support
On-site support is now free to the opening venue for every new NEH on the Road exhibition, and to first-time hosting venues on a limited basis. Contact Client Relations at MoreArt (at) for more information.



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