Hire an Exhibition

Hire An Exhibition

With each of PROOF's projects, we develop traveling exhibitions that are available for hire. Click the links below to download exhibit specifications, or contact PROOF for more details. 

PROOF works closely with organizations around the world to develop educational programs that include symposiums, workshops, and conferences that often accompany our exhibitions. We can also design customized versions of the exhibitions to suit your institution, community group, or organization. 

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Child Soldiers

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The Legacy of Rape

This exhibition gives voice to those who have survived rape or sexual violence in conflict zones.

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The rescuers

The Rescuers is an exhibition of photographs and extraordinary stories from the Holocaust, & the genocides in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rwanda, & Cambodia.

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The 12 Stories and images captured are a testament not only to the systemic discrimination that the Ferguson protests laid bare, but also to the power of transformative action taken to foster community, accountability and justice. 

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America the Borderland is a multiplatform storytelling project that shines a light on the changemakers who are having a positive impact in their communities along the border between Mexico and the United States. At a time when immigration is at the forefront of a volatile and polarized national debate, the stories of these changemakers, shared in their own words, provides a nuanced and authentic perspective that is so often missing from mainstream coverage of the issue.

This year, following the success of our first effort, “Ferguson Voices: Disrupting the Frame,” the Moral Courage Project iterated this model of first-person storytelling and distribution by shifting the lens south. In May of 2018, a team of University of Dayton undergraduate students traveled to El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, along with faculty members and practitioners. The student team was selected through a competitive process and were trained in interviewing techniques, fieldwork and documentary ethics, and border politics and history.

On the ground, the team collaborated with grassroots organizations, immersed themselves in immigrant communities, collected testimony from everyday changemakers and documented the experience through photography. Upon return, the Moral Courage Project produced a podcast series, a zine, a website, and a traveling exhibit.

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