Points of View: A National Human Rights Photography Exhibition

Rental fee: $15,000 CDN for 12-week run

Space requirements: 370 to 470 square metres

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A museum exhibit featuring large photographs and interactive displays.

Photo: CMHR, Aaron Cohen

About the exhibition

A travelling exhibition developed by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Points of View is a powerful visual array of diverse perspectives and experiences, captured by photographers from across Canada.

Under the themes of Reconciliation, Human Rights and the Environment, Freedom of Expression, and Inclusion and Diversity, these 70 juried photographs tell stories of passion and protest, family and friendship, suffering and struggle, hunger and hope.

Five award‐winning images were also turned into three‐dimensional, tactile displays, making them accessible through touch and sound to visitors who are blind or have low vision.

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Museum visitors using an interactive tactile exhibit.
Photo: CMHR, Aaron Cohen
A museum exhibit featuring large photographs and interactive displays.
Photo: CMHR, Aaron Cohen

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Brodie Sanderson (he/him)