Oregon Voices Traveling Exhibit

Proponents of Oregon’s 1953 Public Accommodations Act pose for posterity. OHS Research Library, OrHi 44402

April 2 – May 25, 2022

  • Family-friendly
  • Researchers
  • Teachers
  • Hearing-impaired Friendly
  • Handicap Accessible Friendly

Location:
Oswego Heritage Museum
398 10th Street
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
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Hours
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 10am – 3pm

The Oregon Historical Society is excited to offer a traveling version of our permanent exhibition on modern Oregon history, Oregon Voices. Now available to rent, the traveling exhibit features five, three-sided pop-up kiosks that explore some of the important people, industries, organizations, and laws that have shaped the state from the end of World War II to 2020. Visitors will learn about the evolution and expansion of Oregon industries, social justice movements, migration and immigration, environment and energy, and Indigenous nations in Oregon.

Upcoming Showings

Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center
103 N. Main Street
Joseph, OR 97846

June 4 – August 29, 2022

Book Oregon Voices Today!

Thanks to a generous sponsorship from the Samuel S. Johnson Foundation, all OHS traveling exhibitions are free to rent through 2022 (usually $250 per month plus shipping).

Other rental details include:

Insurance: Coverage of $3,500 is required.

Shipping: Exhibition may be picked up and dropped off at the Oregon Historical Society or shipped by courier.

Size: Each kiosk is 6' 11" high and 3' 11" wide. Two cases measure 51" (L) x 31" (W) x 10" (H).

Weight: Cases weigh between 75 and 92 lbs. when full; cases hold either two or three exhibit kiosks. Kiosks weigh 18 lbs when collapsed.

Download the one sheet for rental information.

Interested in booking Oregon Voices? Please contact Tara Cole, Museum Services Coordinator, at 503.306.5223 or tara.cole@ohs.org for rental inquiries.