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Traveling Exhibition

The mobile exhibition consists of 50 separate pop-up vinyl panels can be arranged in multiple configurations to support display in multi-purposes rooms, gyms, and other indoor spaces. Reservations for a maximum of two weeks can be made by San Bernardino County district superintendents and school principals, and other non-profit and educational organizations upon special request.

Logistical Information for Prospective Hosts


​The mobile exhibition includes 50 pop-up vinyl posters with built-in stands:

  • 42 narratives
  • 1 introductory panel (recommended)
  • 7 themed section dividers (optional)

Each fully extended banner stand measures 33.5" x 14" x 76.5." Banners can be arranged in rows, concentric circles (individually, or back-to-back), around the edge of a room, or in sections according to the original seven themes. Your institution will set-up and take down the exhibition.


An authorized representative from your institution will come to the CSUSB campus to pick-up and to return the exhibition. Each banner stand is packed into individual carrying cases for transportation. A mid-sized car is sufficient for transportation. A parking permit for the CSUSB campus will be provided upon request.

In some cases, and with advanced notice, the mobile exhibition can be dropped off and picked up by a CSUSB representative.


In|Dignity is provided free of charge, thanks to the generous support of the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools and the CSUSB Office of Community Engagement. Host institutions do bear the cost of replacement where there is damage due to negligence, vandalism, and other reasons other than expected wear and tear.

Requirements for Mobile Exhibition Hosts

Schools that make a reservation to host the In|Dignity mobile exhibition agree to the following requirements:

  • Inform teachers at least one month in advance of hosting the exhibition, providing them with recommended lesson plans
  • Brief your counseling staff and equip them with resources to respond to students who are impacted by the exhibition
  • Set-up, and take-down of the exhibition (requires no technical skills or tools), including completion of manifest checklists and documentation of any damage
  • Restrict the use of pens in the exhibition space (to help prevent vandalism)
  • Tally the number of students, staff, parents, and other community members who visit the exhibition
  • Provide feedback on implementation, student response, and exhibition logistics

Recommendations for Mobile Exhibition Hosts

Schools that host In|Dignity are additionally encouraged to:

  • Distribute parent permission forms to all students under the age of 18 who will visit the exhibition
  • Have students who visit In|Dignity complete a voluntary survey to assess project impact
  • Host one or more open house events, at which parents and the community are invited to view the exhibition
  • Provide examples of exemplary student work in relation to In|Dignity, with students’ permission and without identifiers
  • Share with us any lesson plans developed on your campus

Make a Reservation

Reservations to host In|Dignity are for a maximum period of two weeks. Reservations must be made at least one month in advance. Reservations can be made by contacting the Director of the Anthropology Museum at 909-537-5505 or