The exhibition resources include six posters that you can use in a classroom, dorm, office, for presentations, or in other ways. The posters are in PDF form. To download a poster PDF, click on the one you want and either print it yourself or take the PDF to a copy shop/printer and have a larger size or color version made. Using regular printer paper works fine.
Each poster relates to a section of the web exhibition: EveryBody (overview page), Disability and History, People, Place, Technology, Citizens. Each poster comes in English or Spanish and color or black& white (with grey scale adjusted so it will print clearly). Every poster includes the exhibition and section titles, web address, acknowledgment of our funder-- the Nathan Cummings Foundation, and a summary caption. The images on the posters are all pulled from the exhibition and the caption presents a main idea related to each topic.
8.5" x 11" Posters
En Espanol, 8.5" x 11"
Although you can print these posters any size you want, we recommend that you not go bigger than 25.5" x 33" (300% enlarged). The image starts to look distorted when it is bigger than that.
The EveryBody overview poster can be printed in two ways. If you have access to a large printer you can print it large as one sheet. Or, if you use an average printer with 8.5" x 11" paper, you can make a large version (17" x 22") from four separate sheets taped together.