Traveling exhibits are available to be borrowed for display and serve as ebullient and educational emissaries for the entire collection. Through their artwork, children share views of the world around them offering insights on their families, homes, schools, playtime amusements, and seasonal observances.
|Single Culture Exhibits||Multicultural Exhibits|
|Art by Japanese Children||Fun, Sports, and Games I, II & III|
|Art by Jamaican Children||A Global Look at Children's Development in Art|
|Mexico as Seen Through Her Children's Eyes||Christmas Around the World I, II, III & IV|
|Leningrad Children's Art||Children Draw Animals I & II|
|For the Birds (USA)|
Each exhibit includes 20-30 pieces of art which are framed and ready for hanging. These exhibits are beautiful to behold and showcase artwork ranging from preschoolers' scribbles to older children's use of highly sophisticated techniques. The colorful variety of subjects, styles, media, and levels of artistic development make these exhibits interesting and delightful for viewers of all ages. The exhibits have been borrowed by libraries, universities, hospitals, theatres, art galleries and museums.
Not-for-profit Illinois organizations may apply to the Illinois Arts Council Artstour Progam for partial support to cover exhibit fees.
For more information on previous exhibits, please view our PDF documenting exhibit venues.
Please contact the ICCA Curator for information about borrowing an exhibit.