Host Our Exhibit

Do you have a business or an area that you think would be perfect to host The Heart Gallery of Central Texas?  We are always looking for exhibit locations around Central Texas! By hosting our traveling exhibit, you can help raise awareness for these children who are living in foster care, many for extended periods of time, and are waiting for a permanent family and a life of stability and love.

What kinds of spaces can be used for an exhibit?

Heart Gallery exhibits can be customized for any space and have been everywhere from airports to small churches, salons to cafes, stores to corporate offices, one day events and festivals. 

How long do exhibits last?

The traveling exhibit can be hosted for a variety of time frames, including one-day special events, or longer term exhibits.

What kinds of displays are used?

Displays are lightweight, easily transported and can be set up in just minutes. Displays include a choice of two different types of exhibits.

Mobile Exhibit: A versatile stretch fabric popup display that is lightweight, easily transported and opens in less than one minute. This exhibit is perfect for special events and smaller spaces. We have two sizes of this display, a slim 1 X 3 popup that is 2.5 ft wide and a large 3 X 3 popup that is 8 ft wide.

Easel Exhibits: Portraits of the children are on wooden museum mounted 20’X24’ portraits and can also be hung on walls. We can accommodate spaces with as little as one printed portrait or as many as 40. We have two types of easels to use for display–a wooden easel where two portraits per easel can be displayed and a light weight metal easel that displays one portrait per easel.

The Heart Gallery also has a variety of additional high impact displays including banners and takeaway items for events.


If you are a Central Texas business, place of worship or public venue and would like to open your doors to host the Heart Gallery exhibit, please fill out the form below. This is a great way to do something special for the most vulnerable members of our community, and to introduce them to prospective adoptive families.