ABOUT THE #NCPH2023 EXHIBIT HALL
Join the NCPH exhibit hall in the Hyatt Regency Downtown in Atlanta, Georgia for NCPH’s annual meeting, April 12-15, 2023! Our exhibit hall hosts at least four networking breaks; plenty of pop-up activities, exhibits, and skills labs; and a gathering space for attendees we call The Commons, making it a popular place for attendees to meet. At NCPH 2023 our exhibit hall will be large, so we also plan to host traveling exhibit panels from local history institutions and to hold our popular Poster Session and Reception in that space, driving extra traffic.
The exhibit hall is open for exhibitor set-up on Wednesday, April 12 from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm. The hall is open Thursday and Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and on Saturday, April 15 from 8:00 am – 2:00 pm. Exhibitors are welcome to dismantle their exhibits from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm on Saturday (or we do offer an early dismantle option if you need to leave early). Booth selections are made in order of purchase from a diagram produced in early fall 2022.
Contact Program Manager Meghan Hillman ([email protected]) with questions.
CLICK HERE to purchase your exhibit booth and any add-ons.
|Not-for-Profit organizations (including universities)||$375|
|Unstaffed, shared exhibit booth||$200|
|Additional tables||$225 each|
|Early dismantle fee||$75|
YOUR EXHIBIT BOOTH PURCHASE COMES WITH:
8’x10’ space in the exhibit hall for the duration of the conference
6’x30” skirted table, two chairs, 500-watt electrical service
Two complimentary meeting registrations (not for unstaffed booths)
Listing in digital and print annual meeting Programs
Acknowledgement on NCPH website and meeting advertisements
Pre- and post-meeting attendee email list for a one-time message each
Exhibitors will be contacted in Winter ’22-’23 with an exhibitor manual and an opportunity to select their spot in the exhibit hall (in the order of purchase).
Welcome, 2023 Exhibitors!
(last updated 2/1/2023)
American Association for State and Local History
Atlanta History Center
Center for Civil Rights History and Research, University of South Carolina
Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University
Library of Virginia
Made By Us
Museum of History and Holocaust Education, Kennesaw State University
National Park Service
Rowman & Littlefield
The Campaign for Historic Trades and the National Park Service Historic Preservation Training Center (HPTC)
University of Georgia
University of Georgia Press
University of Massachusetts Press
University of Nebraska at Kearney
University of North Alabama
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
University of North Carolina Press
Veterans Legacy Program, National Cemetery Administration
White House Historical Association
William G. Pomeroy Foundation