In March 2003 the exhibition traveled to Cape Town where coexistence is a real and meaningful issue for all residents. The exhibition was invited to Cape Town by a coalition of friends who wanted to bring this message to their city. It was shown along the Waterfront next to the Clock Tower where Apartheid prisoners were once taken to Robbin Island . The project inspired many other activities on the theme of coexistence – including work through the Frank Joubert Center with children in the townships who created artwork on the theme. The project was supported by President Nelson Mandela and the exhibition was held under the patronage of Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the Mayor of Cape Town.
Auckland, New Zealand
San Paulo, Brazil