Posters can complement a range of programming topics as well as create a strong visual connection with the U.S. inside the physical location of an American Space. All the posters below, arranged by topic, can be downloaded and printed locally. Questions, suggestions or requests to obtain the original design files for additional language customization can be sent to email@example.com.
In this poster, available only to American Spaces, Esperanza Spalding performs at the 2017 Jazz in the Gardens Music Fest in Miami Gardens, Florida. A musical prodigy who was playing violin in the Chamber Music Society of Oregon at five years old, Spalding tours widely, has earned four Grammy Awards and has released 12 collaborative and seven solo albums, five of them by age 31. When not on tour, Spalding is a music professor at Harvard University. This poster is available in PDF and JPG formats in five sizes. Additional languages will be added.
These two posters, custom-made for American Spaces, feature prominent U.S. Paralympic athletes Thomas Walsh, of the U.S. Men’s Alpine Ski Team, and Amy Purdy, of the U.S. Women’s Snowboarding Team. These posters are available in 10 different sizes and formats in English only.
In the 1950s to 1970s, the State Department sent U.S. jazz musicians to tour the globe. This poster show recounts the experiences of these American “Jazz Ambassadors,” embraced by enthusiastic audiences from Africa, the Middle East, Europe, Asia and Latin America. The eight-panel poster show is available in Arabic, Chinese, French, Portuguese and Spanish.
These custom posters feature two young American athletes of the American Olympics team for the Winter Games in PyeonChang, South Korea. Ted Ligety competes in Alpine skiing and Chloe Kim competes in snowboarding. The posters are available at the links below as PDFs in three sizes each.
This is a new poster, created specifically for American Spaces to use for Black History Month and related programming in 2018. The poster is available at the links below as a PDF in three sizes each.
Smithsonian African American History and Culture
The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) is offering a series of downloadable posters titled “A Place For All People: Introducing the National Museum of African American History and Culture.” The posters are based on the museum’s exhibitions exploring African American history, culture, and community. The posters are available at no cost, but some brief information must be provided prior to downloading.
This eye-catching poster can be used to highlight a Makerspace location or area within an American Space, or serve as a reminder to consider STEM pursuits.
This set of posters, provided in English and Spanish, can be arranged creatively to complement the modern visual design of an American Space while promoting the ShareAmerica website to local visitors. Each of these posters is provided in three formats — two for printing and one for use on websites and social media sites.
U.S. Landmarks Poster
This free downloadable poster highlights U.S. landmarks and industries, focusing on the states where the items are the most prominent.