When: April 17 to July 13, 2008
Where: The Royal Ontario Museum
Enter via the Bloor Street West Entrance of the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal
Organized by the School of Disability Studies at Ryerson University and the Royal Ontario Museum, Out from Under: Disability, History and Things to Remember chronicles the struggles, alliances and setbacks faced by disabled people in Canadian history and illuminates the proud history of resistance and survival.
Curatorial Team: Kathryn Church, Catherine Frazee, Melanie Panitch
“Disabled people don’t seek merely to participate in Canadian culture – we want to create it, shape it, stretch it beyond its tidy edges.”