A curated exhibition of 70 narratives, including video, photo-essays, letters, Trees of life, memory mapping and minimalist graphics were displayed in the Long Room of the Oval Cricket Ground during the Sri Lanka vs England
10 stories form the North, East and South, with minimalist graphic representation of the source material by artist Shanika Perera, with the original material attached in English, Tamil and Sinhala was displayed at JDA Perera
30 narratives were presented in photo-essay format, minimalist graphics with letters and video formats at the Conference on Gender, Conflict and Security organised by South Asia University in Delhi, India and UN Women
Herstories contributed to an exhibition organised by Palmyrah Projects Australia in Sydney which raised funds for 35 poultry farmers in Mullaitivu and other projects in Sri Lanka
herstories5The Herstories book containing 21 mediated graphic artwork with the translations of each story (unedited) was part of a curated exhibition on ‘book art’
At the invitation of Sri Lankans Without Borders, a second generation Sri Lankan group with Sinhala, Tamil, Muslim and Burgher participation, that fosters dialogue. The exhibition was held at Manifesto Gallery.
This exhibition was supported by the FCO and the organisational support of Voices for Reconciliation – a group of second generation Sri Lankans promoting dialogue within the diaspora
The second exhibition in Colombo was held at the International Centre for Ethnic Studies before the materials are given to the National Archives of Sri Lanka
The exhibition was held at the YMCA hall in Jaffna town with the support of Viluthu-Jaffna team and ICES financial support + team
The exhibition was held in Galle despite the cyclone conditions that disrupted the movement many.