There are more than 230 portraits in the non-partisan, AWTT series. Each 30" x 36" portrait is painted on a wood panel and is available to be displayed in schools, community libraries, universities, churches or other venues.
Exhibits are often built around themes -- environmental justice, civil rights, the media, indigenous issues, women´s rights, and much more -- or a set of individuals who will inspire your students, members or constituents. Exhibits have been hosted by a wide range of organizations in 26 states and Washington, DC.
Robert Shetterly is available to give talks and workshops in conjunction with exhibits of the portraits. Please fill out the form to the left to learn about availability of the portraits, rental fees, space requirements, shipping and speaking fees.
- - “Americans Who Tell the Truth” Exhibit of 29 portraits opens in Ipswich, MA
- - Americans Who Tell the Truth Through Law
- - AWTT Exhibit in Greensboro, North Carolina
- - AWTT Exhibit at YMI Cultural Center, Asheville, North Carolina
- - Dr. William Barber Portrait Unveiling - Asheville, North Carolina
- - AWTT at the Muhammad Ali Center
- - Exhibit and Shetterly Talk at the Holderness School
- - Models of Courageous Citizenship at Rockport Public Library
- - Americans Who Tell the Truth: Education, Democracy & Security at Schoodic Arts
- - AWTT at Reeds Brook Middle School
- - Americans Whistleblower Tour: Models of Courageous Citizenship
- - MLK Day: Rob Shetterly and Portraits at Gould Academy
- - AWTT Celebrates Black History at York Public Library and York Middle School
- - Robert Shetterly At Transylvania University
- - Martin De Porres Center Hosts AWTT Portraits
- - AWTT Workshop for Middle and High School Teachers in Lewiston-Auburn
- - Terry Tempest Williams Interviews Rob Shetterly
- - AWTT at SUNY Cortland
- - Exhibit of 18 Portraits at Northeast Harbor Library
- - Robert Shetterly in Residence at Lebanon Valley College
- - Exhibit at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash