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About Holography
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History of Holography
Holophile is the world leader in producing traveling exhibitions of holography for art museums and galleries, science centers, nature centers and children's museums.

Since 1977, Holophile has traveled the following exhibitions -- some for the Museum of Holography in New York City:

Through the Looking Glass

FutureSight: Innovations in Art Holography

As We See It: National Geographic World of     Holography

Picture This: The World Seen Through     Holography

Our Current Traveling Exhibitions

Our holography exhibitions are highly educational, stimulating and entertaining. To learn more about the three shows we currently offer, click on the exhibition titles below (pdf format):

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"The Nature of Holography" introduces visitors to the "nature" of holography its unique characteristics and how it differs from other media -- by displaying a variety of natural and wildlife images.

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Inspired by American installation artist Bruce Nauman's 1968 holographic self-portrait of the same name, "Making Faces" introduces visitors to the many types of holograms used to "make faces," including pulsed portraitures, integral stereograms, embossed and photo-polymer holograms that produce both still and moving images.


For rental fee and availability, contact Paul D. Barefoot at Holophile Inc.


The image appears to be so real that visitors are often tempted to reach out and touch it... only to find nothing there but focused light.



Children are mezmerized as they view "The Nature of Holography."


Host Institutions of our Traveling
Exhibitions Since 1977

Australia
Adelaide Festival of Arts, Adelaide

Israel
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

New Zealand
Auckland Institute and Museum, Auckland
Wellington City Art Gallery, Wellington
The Robert McDougal Art Gallery, Christchurch
Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin

Alabama
The Fine Arts Museum of the South, Mobile (2)

Arkansas
Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock

Arizona
Scottsdale Center for the Arts

California
California State Fair, Sacremento
San Bernardino County Museum, Redlands

Connecticut
Art Cellar, Clinton
The Bruce Museum, Greenwich (2)
Hygienic Gallery, New London (2)

Florida
Brevard Art Center and Museum, Melbourne
Community College Gallery, Daytona Beach
Community Gallery of Art, Gainesville
Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona Beach
Museum of Science and History, Jacksonville
Museum of Science, Miami (2)
Museum of Science and Industry, Tampa (2)
Orlando Science Center, Orlando
The Children's Museum, Boca Raton
Polk Public Museum, Lakeland

Georgia
The Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta
The Telfair Academy of Arts and Science, Savannah

Illinois
Mitchell Museum at Cedarhurst, Mt. Vernon

Indiana
The Children's Museum, Indianapolis

Iowa
Science Station, Cedar Rapids
Sanford Museum & Planetarium, Cherokee

Kansas
Ulrich Museum of Art, Witchita

Kentucky
Lexington Children's Museum, Lexington

Louisiana
Red River Revel Arts Festival, Shreveport
Children's Museum of Lake Charles (2)

Maryland
Maryland Science Center, Baltimore

Michigan
Midland Center for the Arts, Midland (2)
Renaissance Center, Detroit

Mississippi
Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson

Missouri
Kansas City Gallery of Art, University of Missouri
Kansas City Museum

Nevada
Nevada State Museum and Historical Society, Las Vegas

New York
George Eastman House, Rochester
Museum of Holography, New York City(3)
Mediaport Gallery, Port Washington (2)
Rochester Museum & Science Center
Schweinfurth Art Center, Auburn
The Schenectady Museum, Schenectady
Tyler Art Gallery, SUNY Oswego

North Carolina
The Arts & Science Center, Statesville
Catawba Science Center, Hickory
City Gallery of Contemporary Art, Raleigh
Nature Science Center, Winston-Salem (2)
North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh
Rocky Mount Children's Museum
SciWorks, Winston-Salem

Ohio
Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown (2)
Canton Museum of Art, Canton
Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus
Southern Ohio Museum and Cultural Center, Portsmouth

Oregon
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Portland (2)

Pennsylvania
Erie Historical Museum, Erie
Reading Public Museum, Reading
Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia

Rhode Island
Museum of Natural History and Planetarium, Providence

South Carolina
Columbia Museums of Art & Science, Columbia
Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville
Museum of York County, Rock Hill
South Carolina State Museum, Columbia
Spartanburg County Museum of Art, Spartanburg

Tennessee
Cumberland Science Museum, Nashville
Children's Museum of Oak Ridge

Texas
Insights Science Museum, El Paso
Institute of Texan Culture, U of Texas, San Antonio
Museum of the Gulf Coast, Port Arthur
Museum of the Southwest, Midland, TX
University Forsyth Center Galleries, College Station

Utah
The Children's Museum of Utah, Salt Lake City

Virginia
Children's Museum of Virginia, Portsmouth
Portsmouth Museums Gallery, Portsmouth
Science Museum of Virginia, Richmond

Washington
Pacific Science Center, Seattle
Sheehan Gallery, Walla Walla

Washington, DC
Explorers Hall, National Geographic Society

West Virginia
Youth Museum of Southern West Virginia, Beckley

Wisconsin
Science & Technology Center, Milwaukee

Wyoming
Northwest Community College Art Gallery, Powell
Wyoming State Museum, Cheyenne


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