A map of all the past locations of Stars & Stripes exhibitions around the country.

A map of all the past locations of Stars & Stripes exhibitions around the country.


San Francisco Center for the Book
375 Rhode Island Street, San Francisco, California, 94103

Mid-April 2018

The San Francisco Center for the book will host a flag paper ephemera exhibition that features a broad variety of items including: postal stamps, postcards, political handouts, posters, direct mail, and broad sheets. The center was founded in 1996 to preserve the art of letterpress and bookmaking. In addition to holding workshops, it hosts a number of paper-related exhibitions.

SFO Museum
San Francisco International Airport, International Terminal, San Francisco, CA 94128

Until August 2018 



Philadelphia Antiques & Art Show
4747 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19112

April 21–23, 2017

Jeff Bridgman, Stars & Stripes Foundation board member, is organizing an American flag exhibition at the Philadelphia Antiques & Art Show which will include several flags from the Hinrichs Collection. Founded in 1962, the show is one of the longest running antiques event in the country.

Mercer Museum
84 South Pine Street, Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901

July 2, 2016 – November 6, 2016

Among the most recognizable icons in the world today, the American flag has enjoyed a long history of graphic renderings and artistic reinterpretations.  Although the Continental Congress agreed in 1777 that the United States flag should be comprised of stars and stripes in red, white, and blue, more than a century passed without formal design regulations, yielding a wealth of exuberant and unbridled creative manifestations of the national banner.

From Civil War-era flags and Native American moccasins to political campaign buttons and original flag art, “Long May She Wave: A Graphic History of the American Flag” assembles thousands of American flag-related objects and artifacts from the private collection of Kit Hinrichs, one of the world’s leading graphic designers and a partner in the international design firm, Pentagram. Together, the range of objects and memorabilia presented comprise their own genre of folk art and are a unique part of American heritage.


Frazier History Museum
829 West Main Street, Louisville, Kentucky 40202

February 22, 2014 – July 6, 2014





Dane G. Hansen Museum
Logan, Kansas

Frazier History Museum
Louisville, Kentucky


Harbor History Museum
Gig Harbor, Washington


Nevada Museum of Art
Reno, Nevada


Museum of Craft & Folk Art
San Francisco, California


Pacific Design Center
Los Angeles, California


SFO Museum
San Francisco, California


George Bush Presidential
Library & Museum

College Station, Texas


San José Museum of Art
San José, California


SFO Museum
San Francisco, California


AIGA Gallery
New York, New York