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Hire touring exhibitions

Bring original illustration to your museum, gallery or library with our touring exhibitions.

Our exhibitions of historic and contemporary illustration cover a range of themes, from popular children’s literature to political infographics. Our hire packages include mounted and framed original or reproduction illustrations, interpretive graphics, family activities, ready-to-use marketing resources and support from our team.

Since 2015, our exhibitions have been seen by more than 750,000 people in the UK and overseas. Previous partners have included National Museum Wales, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Compton Verney, Laing Art Gallery, Museum of the Book (The Hague), Illustration Embassy (Amsterdam) and Hongik Art Center (Seoul).

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What our partners say

“We are always really thrilled with exhibitions from Quentin Blake Centre for Illustration, and our visitors feel the same. Their exhibitions are so well-conceived and well-rounded. There’s an impressive depth of variety in their content, with superb and visually stunning displays, and genuinely engaging interpretation.” Winchester Discovery Centre.

“Quentin Blake Centre for Illustration curate fantastic, insightful and powerful touring exhibitions that have resulted in excellent visitor numbers and feedback in our gallery. The team are a delight to work with, combining professionalism with warmth and good humour! I hope that we can work with them again very soon!” The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge, Canterbury.

For more information and to express interest in touring exhibitions available from 2027 onwards, contact us

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