The Museum of Understanding Through Tolerance and Inclusion supports multi-media projects and exhibitions which provide personal insights into the lived experience of people who are marginalised by multiple discriminations. These stories challenge audiences to reconsider any prejudices and misconceptions they may have. Our goal is to raise public consciousness on diversity and difference. We ask you to open your heart and mind to the participants of these projects, as they have not only exposed their body by participating but also their soul by sharing their most intimate of emotions and thoughts. The support and guidance of the participants from each project has been critical to the integrity of the works.
Projects consist of audio interviews, soundscapes, 2D photographic images plus non-traditional 3D sculptural photographic artworks, spoken word, installations, and theatre. We hope that you take the time to view the many different projects the Museum of Understanding Through Tolerance and Inclusion supports. Some of the projects also have an app for people with sensory, cognitive, or learning impairments, books, and film documentaries, hard copy text panels and catalogues. While other projects include artworks or precious items that the participants have provided to create a larger context of their lives. Each exhibition is available for display in a gallery or library space and can be curated to suit the gallery spaces to immerse the audience into the world of the participants and the artists.
We would like to introduce you to our team at the Museum of Understanding Through Tolerance and Inclusion. None of our team members are paid for the work they do. They bring their skills to show their support for the project participants.