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Canadian Museum for Human Rights: Sneak peek

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Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press Museum goers begin their journey in a dark entrance way, and slowly work their way up a set up ramps which continually get brighter the higher they climb. A beautiful geometric arrangement of alabaster ramps, almost 1 kilometre in length, twist and turn around the museum through all the installations, heading toward the Tower of Hope.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press A 360-degree surround video journey of human rights over time.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press Installation # 2 - Indigenous Perspectives Gallery,
John Woods / The Canadian Press Heading to the Hall Of Hope.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press Installation #2 - Indigenous Perspectives Gallery. Rebecca Belmore's large blanket, created from thousands of hand-printed beads made by herself and hundreds of volunteers, can be seen from many levels of the museum.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press A closer look at Rebecca Belmore's large blanket of thousands of hand-printed beads
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press Part of the alabaster ramp.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press Another view of the alabaster ramps.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press Entering Installation # 6 - Turning Points Gallery.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press Part of Installation # 9 - RIghts Today.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press More of the geometric arrangement of the alabaster ramps.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press The Garden of Contemplation.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press Another view of the Garden of Contemplation.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press PCL Builders Terrace, a large balcony overlooking the expansive windows and Contemplation Gardens which includes rows of plaques with all the names of the men and women who worked their craft to help build the museum.
Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press The beautiful grand staircase leading to the brightly lit Tower of Hope.
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