Children's Hospitals Photo Exhibit

The Children's Hospitals Photo Exhibit, presented by HUGGIES® celebrates children's hospitals' commitment to the health of all children. From healthy children to those who have rare and complex medical conditions, all children benefit from family-centered clinical care, highly trained pediatricians, revolutionary research and community health programs provided together and only in America's children's hospitals.

This marks the first year the photo exhibit has been supported by corporate sponsor *Kimberly-Clark, maker of HUGGIES®, ensuring the exhibit will travel to children’s hospitals in communities across the country.

The 48 images that comprise the 2017-2018 exhibit were selected by judges from over 180 images submitted by children’s hospitals across the country. 

Judges

A panel of distinguished judges included: 
  • Lori Epstein, photo director, National Geographic Kids
  • Lily Francesca Alt, photo director, Parents magazine
  • Rick Guidotti, photographer, founder and director, Positive Exposure
  • Marvin T. Jones, photographer and founder, Marvin T. Jones and Associates
  • Kelly Wolfe, public policy director, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota–Minneapolis, and member of the Children's Hospitals Today Editorial Advisory Council

Exhibit locations 

The exhibit will debut in July 2017 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., during CHA's Speak Now for Kids Family Advocacy Day. Photos from the exhibit also are featured at association conferences, in publications and via digital media.  

Exhibit leasing 

Children’s hospitals are invited to lease the exhibit for a two to four-week period for purposes such as: 

  • Fundraising and development meetings with donors
  • Lobbying events with local community members 
  • Advocacy events at local government office buildings or local state capital offices
  • General health care/advocacy campaigns
  • Hospital lobbies where hospital staff, patients, families and the public can experience the exhibit

Contact

  • Exhibit entries and leasing