Rewrite the Narrative: The Evolution of Representation in American CinemA
Book our Traveling Diversity & Inclusion Timeline Exhibit!
Debuted at the National Association for Campus Activities National Conference 2019 (pictured above), this exhibit invites you to learn about the history and evolution of representation in American film, from the 1920s to the present day. This timeline exhibition showcases traditionally marginalized stories and characters decade-by-decade, providing critical insight into how certain identities have been depicted on the silver screen.
Full Spectrum Features believes in the power of film and media to communicate consequential ideas about how we view ourselves and each other. This timeline will open up conversations about celebrated, as well as little known, films and the ways in which they may have shaped our perceptions of certain gender, racial, and sexual identities.
Great for your Diversity Week programming, or paired with a film screening or related interactive display.
We offer our timeline exhibit in two display formats, to best suit your space!
One 10’ x 7’ banner with display stand (pictured left)
Six 2’ 6’’ x 4’ 2’’ banners with text and photograph content. Grommets installed on each corner for easy installation (pictured right)
One day rental - $250
Week long rental - $500 (bundle pricing available upon request)
Pricing varied by location