How to Search the Exhibits Database
Culture Trove’s complete database of travelling exhibit listings is fully searchable when you register as a member. It’s free!
There are plenty of exhibits to discover, representing topics related to the major disciplines of art, history and science.
- Click the “Join Now” link in the top right corner of the main menu.
- Select “Full Search” membership. Provide a username, email address and a strong password.
- Your membership will need to be approved by the system administrator. Please allow up to 30 minutes for a confirmation email.
- Access the site once approval has been granted. Select the “Member Login” link from the main menu.
- The main menu options change slightly when logged in, so you may now select a subject category from the “Exhibits” drop-down menu at the top of the page.
- Scroll to view a thumbnail gallery of exhibits, and click on the exhibit title to open a listing for more information about it.
- To refine your search, click on a link to select for the price range, space or availability in the right-hand sidebar. You may also use the search function by clicking on the magnifying glass icon in the top right corner of the page and then typing in a keyword or search term (e.g. “China” or “climate change”).
The Search Membership provides full access to all the listings on Culture Trove.
When searching the listings, you’ll discover two types of formats:
Premium listings offer a full description of an exhibition, outlining all the important features that enable a potential venue to assess if the exhibit will be a good fit for their programming needs. These listings include images, video and audio clips, fully communicating what an exhibit has to offer. The premium listing format is ideal for showcasing an exhibit that is new on the market, has good availability or a more complex story to relate.
Basic listings provide concise descriptions and key details like availability, space requirements, price range and contact info. They enable venues to quickly determine if the exhibit is appropriate and one they would like to follow up with by contacting the promoter.