Exhibit Honors Ukrainian Artists on First Anniversary of War

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Exhibit Honors Ukrainian Artists on First Anniversary of War


With February 24 marking one year of the ongoing war in Ukraine, artists worldwide have renewed their efforts to pay tribute to the resolve and creativity of Ukrainian people. The Canadian Museum of Human Rights’ ongoing exhibit Ukrainian Artists United, produced by Darcy Ataman and photographed by Jason Willheim, features the stories, voices, and music of Lviv-based musicians and artists, depicting how their lives have been impacted by war. The exhibit also features a collection of songs that speak to worldwide human rights issues, composed by participants in the Healing in Harmony program by Make Music Matter. The exhibit takes a step further, engaging visitors to consider their own power to effect social change through a series of thought-provoking questions on conflict and the power of music. You can read more about the exhibit and participating artists on the museum’s website.


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