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Let Them Howl

Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Temporary exhibition


Role: Exhibition graphic design and production, exhibition identity design, hand lettering

Exhibit Photography: Aaron Cohen, CMHR

Let Them Howl was an outdoor exhibition created by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights to celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in Canada in 2016. Women won the vote in small incremental steps, with the western provinces leading the way. However, many women were denied the right to vote until the 1960s.


The temporary exhibit featuring reproductions of portraits that celebrated the unique history of the struggle for women’s rights in Canada. 


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