Points of View, a national photography exhibition from the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, offers glimpses into how people perceive human rights around them – rights related to freedom of expression, inclusion and diversity, reconciliation and the environment. Visitors who have low vision or who are blind can experience a tactile version of the award-winning Mi’kmaq Woman, 2013, Ossie Michelin, with audio descriptions in English and Spanish.
The photographs tell stories of passion and protest, family and friendship, suffering and struggle, hunger and hope. Some of these images may convey viewpoints similar to your own. Others may inspire you to think about an issue in a new way. We all have different points of view.
Photo Credit: Best Photograph, Freedom of Expression - I Me Myself, 2012, Rajneesh Fontana, Victoria, British Columbia
T-Sa: 10 am to 5 pm
Su: Noon to 5 pm