The Disability Rights exhibit tells stories of activism from the standpoint of persons with disabilities in Canada. These stories are tales of resilience and perseverance — surprising visitors with their ingenuity and strong accounts of agency.
The main interaction mode for this exhibit is an interactive flip book. When a visitor turns a page, one of the artifacts arrayed against a wall is highlighted with spot lighting, while triggering a story related to that artifact.
Tales of agency and resiliences told from the standpoint of persons with disabilities.
- Canadian Journeys Gallery
- Winnipeg, CA
- Northshore Productions
- Film Productions
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