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How to Use the Travelling Exhibitions Database
Select a category from the “Exhibits” drop down menu. There you will find the following:
- Anthropology & Social History: for exhibitions that feature human cultures, historical subjects, information and artifacts.
- Archaeology & Natural History: feature archaeological subject matter, prehistory, natural history and specimens.
- Art & Photography : featured are paintings, sketches, sculptures, prints and photographs.
- Science & Technology: featured topics include astronomy, aviation, biology, chemistry, ecology, industry and physics.
How to Refine Your Search
After you select a category, and open a table of listings for that category, use the search box at the top right hand side of the results table to refine your search. If you want to narrow the list of exhibits to a particular size or cost, type that information into the search box. You may also want to use a key word to look for a particular topic within a category.
Exhibit Loan Fees & Shipping Costs
All prices are in Canadian dollars unless otherwise noted. Prices are kept up to date to the best of our ability, but Culture Trove does not guarantee the accuracy of this information. Use the cost information as a guideline only. Please contact the loaning institution for definitive costs associated with their exhibitions.
In most circumstances, the fees listed do not include taxes, insurance or shipping costs. For details regarding these costs, contact the loaning institution.