Exhibit Booking

Exhibit Information

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Exhibit fee:
$6000 USD, for a 6-7 week booking, additional weeks $750 USD.

Shipping expense:
Inbound shipping, cost to be determined, is the responsibility of the host museum. Kauffman Museum will make the shipping arrangements, in consultation with the host museum.

Installation assistance:
Included with the exhibit fee is the time of a Kauffman Museum staff person to assist host venue with installation and take down of the exhibit, with the host venue providing at least two people to work with the KM staff. Installation usually takes a day and a half, while packing can be done in less than a day.

Space requirements:
1200 sq/ft

Covered by the National Buffalo Foundation while installed and during transit.

Environment and security:
Host venue to assure a museum quality exhibit environment, with stable temperature and humidity, appropriate light levels and adequate security. The exhibition area must be locked and secure during closed hours. Fire protection according to local ordinances must be provided in exhibition areas.

Crates and storage:
Designed around a modular system, the shipping crates serve as the exhibit units so there are only a few flat panels and tool cart that require storage.

Sponsorships and funding assistance:
Because of the NBF’s connections to Bison producers across the country, we may be able to help connect you with people in your area interested in helping to sponsor your booking.

Exhibit Inquiry

To inquire about exhibit schedule and to begin discussions on booking Bison please fill out the form below.

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General Contact

Questions about the exhibit? Let us know!

Chuck Regier

Curator of Exhibits at Kauffman Museum

316.217.6433 | crregier@bethelks.edu

Bison Exhibit Team

The Bison exhibit project is guided by a collaboration between the following:

National Buffalo Foundation

Cecil Miskin

Cecil serves as a liaison between the Kauffman Museum and the National Buffalo Foundation and is responsible for defining, selecting and communicating desired content in line with NBF goals to the larger exhibit team.

Kauffman Museum

Chuck Regier

Chuck served as the lead designer working with Flint Hills Design for The Bison: American Icon and coordinates continuing exhibit development, design and production as well as exhibit promotion and travel.

Curatorial Assistant

Leslie Przybylek

Based on her work as curator of The Bison: American Icon traveling exhibit, Leslie continues to provide storyline integrity, assistance with research, writing and exhibit development, and also gives guidance to the travel and ongoing life of the exhibit.