Museum Featured Exhibitions

In its short lifetime, the Museum has already collaborated with an exciting range of corporate partners and individuals to bring engaging featured exhibitions to local, national and international audiences and inspire human rights dialogue and action.

Sponsoring an exhibit offers companies a multi-platform marketing opportunity to reach a diverse audience of visitors from at home and around the globe, receiving recognition in one of the newest and most talked-about museums in Canada and the world. The following exhibitions are showing at the Museum.

Points of View: a national photography exhibition (June 23, 2017 – Level 1 Gallery)

Hundreds of amazing and inspiring photographs from all across Canada, portraying human rights themes in four different thematic categories were submitted to the Museum to be featured in this exhibition. In January 2017, a jury of human rights advocates and experts, artists and photojournalists reviewed each submission. Some of the images were selected for inclusion in Points of View, a national human rights photography exhibition developed for Canada’s 150th.

Points of View
 opened in summer 2017 in the Museum’s Level 1 Gallery. All the photographs selected for the exhibition are also posted on the Museum’s website.

Ongoing Projects

Friends works regularly with the Museum to determine which projects would most benefit from donor support. Our Regional Campaign Managers can provide more information about other key areas that need your support, including:

  • Free Wednesday evenings
  • Community Access Program
  • Educational programming
  • Public programming
  • Family Days (every Sunday)