As a result of Crealdé’s award winning outreach and gallery programs, the organization has assembled three traveling exhibitions. Selections from Storytellers (teen students tell the story of their neighborhood in pictures and words) have been seen by tens of thousands of Floridians since the program’s inception in 1996. Temporary exhibits have been held at the State Capitol in Tallahassee, the Edyth Bush Theater in Orlando, and the Osceola Center of the Arts in Kissimmee, Florida. Semi-permanent displays (on long-term loan from our collection), include community centers and other grass-roots organizations throughout Central Florida.
The Last Harvest: A Tribute to the Life and Work of the Lake Apopka Farmworkers, (a major photography and oral history project funded by a grant from the Florida Humanities Council) has traveled the state of Florida since 1998 and was recently shown during Hispanic Heritage month at Tampa’s Hillsborough Community College Gallery.
A Shared Legacy: Documentary Photography of Florida from the 1930s and Today, traveled througout Florida from 2004 - 2007 visiting the the Museum of Florida History in Tallahassee, the Thomas Center in Gainesville, and the Ormond Beach Museum of Art.