First Traveling Multimedia African American Golf Exhibition

Exhibition on display at North Carolina A&T State University

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Barbara Whiting-Wright, Exhibit Coordinator

Testimonials

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Epochs of Courage Traveling Exhibition

Don't know much about golf nor the Black experience history in golf.  That all changed viewing this exhibit.


 "Awesome exhibit.  Did not know African Americans were involved in golf in the 1800s.  Loved the video." 


I am truly glad my husband and I chose to visit the exhibition.  We heard information that we were not aware of.


Awesome time!  Would have liked to have seen more about Tiger.  I learned things today that I never knew.


I thoroughly enjoyed participating in the interactive segment about - how some of the old caddies and golfers learned how to play golf with improvised equipment and horrible playing conditions. Kids can learn something from this and I think would enjoy the hands-on interaction.


This exhibition further enlightened me with knowledge of the many contributions African Americans contributed in the past, and from this it has afforded me the opportunity to excel in life.  I thank these forerunners sincerely.

Booking Information

Selected Previous Epochs of Courage Traveling Exhibition Showings

The First Tee National Association Meeting

The World Golf Village, St. Augustine, Florida

IMG Golf Expo

Cleveland, Ohio

Lady Lake Public Library

Lady Lake, Florida

Langston Golf Course

Washington, DC

Las Vegas Urban Chamber of Commerce Conference

MGM Grand Conference Center, Las Vegas, Nevada

Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History

Augusta, Georgia

National Basketball Retired Players Association (also known as Legends of Basketball) “Legends World Sports Summit”

Atlanta, Georgia

National Minority Golf Foundation Annual Meeting

Hutchinson Island, Florida

North Carolina A&T State University

Greensboro, North Carolina

One Judiciary Square (Office Building of the Mayor)  

Washington, DC

The Tiger Woods Foundation Workshop

Norfolk, Virginia

Whittier Middle School

Lorraine, Ohio

Specifications

Media: Framed and mounted photographs and articles.  Historical text and labels. Publications. Memorabilia. Video presentation.  More than 125 display items. Interactive.

Space Requirements: For wall hangings, recommended minimum wall space is 100 linear feet.  Dimensions may vary depending on booking request, i.e., full or partial exhibit.

Security and Liability: 24-hour security. Receiver is responsible for liability of all items during round-trip shipment and full term of agreement.


Interested in Booking the Epochs of Courage Exhibition? 

Complete request form and we will respond within five business days. Serious inquiries only please.

Traveling Exhibit Request Form