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Exhibits Development Group announces partnership with Italian Entertainment Network

The Exhibitionists are pleased to share a major exclusive collaboration with the Italian Entertainment Network (IEN), Rome, Italy with the co-development and distribution of 15 new exhibitions available for the international cultural community seeking scholarly exhibitions in art, science and history from some of Italy's greatest ancient sites and institutions. EDG's exclusive partnership with IEN will be spearheaded with a number of highly acclaimed projects for art and science museums alike - available as soon as 2017.

POMPEII: Chronicles of an Eternal Culture
Award winning exhibition teams from the Museo Galileo, Florence, IEN, Rome, Tempora, Brussels and EDG come together to bring the most comprehensive, scientific, and artifact rich exhibition on the ever intriguing city and discovery of Pompeii.   The exhibition will be available to leading art, science and history museums worldwide beginning in 2017.

CARAVAGGIO: Boy Bitten by Lizard
Boy Bitten by a Lizard painted by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571–1610) is the center piece of this solo exhibition. Accompanied by a four part multimedia segment and a sketch by the art historian and collector Dr. Robert Longhi.  This rare opportunity to host a Carvaggio masterpiece exhibition at your insitutution brings one of the most influential Italian artists to your doorstep attracting adoring visitors.  This unique opportunity is available to accredited institutions on a limited basis from October 2016 - January 2017 and as available for future bookings. Caravaggio image above courtesy of the Roberto Longhi Foundation in Florence, Italy.

GALILEO'S TELESCOPE: The Instrument that Changed the World
Through six thematic sections, this exhibition illustrates the history behind the telescope and its enormous impact on science and society from the 16th century to the present. This is the first tour of the exhibition after it premiered with great success at The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, PA and will be available to accredited instiuttions for sixteen week bookings.

ARCHIMEDES: The Art and Science of Invention
This is the first exhibition ever produced solely dedicated to the greatest mathematician, inventor and scientist in antiquity. This innovative interactive journey explores his profound research and contributions to modern science, which is still impressive 2,300 years later, and their contributions to modern science.  Rich with STEAM initiatives this educational exhibition will appeal to art, history, science and enthusiasts alike.

To great appeal, EDG's Capture portfolio was released at AAM and EcSite 2016. This stunning portfolio of popular culture, fine art and science based photography exhibitions now includes Italian photography collections from award-winning Italian photographers, Franco Fontana, Raffaela Mariniello and Luciano Romano. Capture is perfect for supplementing your institutions programming and public spaces with stuning photography exhibitions that appeal to a large audience at reasonable rental prices. To view Capture, click here. Contact EDG if you have a photography exhibition that you would like considered for Capture, and stay abreast of appealing additions on a frequent basis.

EDG expands into AsiaPacific

Meet the new Exhibitionists who will be supporting the growth in China, Japan, Korea and greater Asia-Pacific region.

Brian Gaiser - EDG Board of Directors are pleased to announce the selection of VP of Business Development who will join the St. Paul, Minnesota office.  Brian will support EDG key clients and focus on EDG's AsiaPacific and European growth.

Paris Becker - Exhibition Sales and Development Coordinator will represent the America's, where we have more than 30 exhibitions available to clients and institutions and is eager to learn about your exhibitions to be developed, distributed or marketed by EDG.

The Exhibitionists welcome new additions to the University Internship Program.  Alice Xie, Linnea Johnson and Ivy Johnson join the Exhibitionists in the St. Paul office.  From arranging conferences, conducting research on the next greatest project or supporting client needs, the internship program inspires future museum professionals and future Exhibitionists  For internship opportunities, see EDG website here or submit your interest to

EDG is hiring several positions in 2016-2017 to support our international growth. Please stay tuned to EDG's LinkedIn page and website for postings for VP, Design-Development-Creative, Tour Operations Manager, Chief Registrar, Asia-Pacific Exhibition and Development Coordinator and Marketing-PR-Communications Manager.

Contact EDG at for general inquiries.

Find EDG

ICOM, Milan July 3-9 – visit IEN at Stand 1E
Association of Midwest Museums, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN | July 27-30
ASTC Conference, Tampa, FL | September 24-27
Western Museum Association Conference, Phoenix, AZ | September 25-28
Southeastern Museums Conference, Charlotte, NC | October 10-12
Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums Conference, Wilmington, DE | October 20-22
Mountain-Plains Museum Association Conference, Oklahoma City, OK | October 23-27
North Africa and Middle East Science Centers Network, Amman, Jordan | October 26-28
New England Museum Association Conference, Mystic, CT |  November 9-11
IAAPA Attractions Expo, Orlando, FL | November 14-18
Canadian Association of Fairs and Exhibitions, Niagara Falls | November 19-21
International Association of Fairs & Expositions Conference, Las Vegas, NV | November 27 – December 1

View EDG Currently Offering here

View Capture portfolio here


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