Past Year's Exhibits
The previous year's exhibits are archived here for viewing and research.
Welcome to our Third Annual My One-Page Exhibit! With some 220 exhibits last year in 14 categories and exhibitors from many countries around the world, we are looking to grow even larger this year.
The My One-Page Exhibit! Program is an ATA initiative to encourage new and experienced exhibitors to create single-page presentations of philatelic material that especially interest them. It is an opportunity to be creative, and most of all, share interests with the philatelic family. This is all about telling a story in one page!
Whether you are just thinking about becoming a philatelic exhibitor or want to test the waters on a new exhibiting idea, this is a program just for YOU. This is not a judged exhibition or one where viewers vote on a favorite. It is a wide-open opportunity to show. Join us!
Key dates for the 2023 exhibit program include:
December 15, 2022 – Exhibit submission period opened.
February 15, 2023 – Exhibit submission period closed.
March 1, 2023 – Exhibits are displayed on the ATA website for all viewers
The American Topical Association (ATA) was founded in 1949 to bring together people who enjoy collecting postage stamps by topics. Throughout ATA’s history, that mission has not changed, but ATA has grown as topical collecting has become one of the most popular areas of philately.
Through its numerous programs and services, ATA has encouraged beginning, as well as experienced, topical enthusiasts to collect, research, study and share their topics. Members have enthusiastically shared knowledge and research and have encouraged others.
Another important aspect of ATA is to hold competitive exhibitions, where topical philatelists can display their work. The ATA holds the only all-thematic stamp exhibition in the U.S. each year.
PART OF THE MUSEUM
For the ATA One-Page Exhibit program, certain elements are required, while other information is optional. The example exhibit, available to view here, will help you understand how your page should be constructed. Once you’ve reviewed the example and the program rules, you’ll be ready to build and submit your exhibit.