The exhibition showcases work and craft from a host of artists representing stories of resilience from Oxford and around the world. They include 'Sketch Club' from Quetta Pakistan, 'Bits of Borno' by Nigerian photographer Fati Abubakar, stories of Royhingha women by documentary maker Shafiur Rahman and more.
5pm Music performance on arrival at The Glass Tank by local musician Bruno Guastalla from Oxford Violins and part of the Confluence Collective Oxford.
5.30pm Performance by drummers from The Young Women's Music Project from Oxford.
6pm Opening by The Lord Mayor of Oxford and The Young Women's Music Project followed by short talks from some of the artists about their work in the exhibition.
The exhibition in The Glass Tank is the centre piece to the Oxford Human Rights Festival and acts as their main public interface, showcasing a permanent exhibition alongside a rich programme of events. For further information, check out:
OxHRF EVENTS PROGRAMME