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EXHIBITS ON THE DEATH PENALTY AVAILABLE
Highlighted selections from the documentary project have been printed and assembled for immediate display. The result is an educational, eye opening, and original documentary project available for exhibit at schools, universities, churches, libraries, community centers and more.
The project is currently seeking groups, organizations and venues to host an exhibit of the photos. Several exhibit options of various sizes (8x12, 15x20 and 20x30 inches) and styles (framed, matted, foam-core mounted) are printed and ready to display. Specific content can be adjusted according to location, space limitations, and audience.
Dowload the complete information packet (.pdf file) to find out what is available, what the shipping costs are and to get ideas on display options.
Please reserve early to ensure you get the option that you want. Due to popularity among colleges and universities, October-November and March-April tend to be busy months.
Scott Langley is also available to attend and present in classrooms, for school programs, at exhibit openings, conferences or other events. Each year, he personally gives digital photo presentations and talks throughout the United States - anywhere from high school classes to national conferences.
Presentations can be customized to your needs, including digital slideshows ranging from 15 to 90 minutes, giving talks about the project or about the death penalty in general (with or without photos), and participating in panels or workshops on a variety of human rights and art/photo topics.
Above photo: Scott giving a presentation as a guest lecturer for the University of North Carolina.. © UNC-Pembroke
Past Exhibit Sites
Some recent hosts of the exhibit include:
Harvard University – Cambridge, MA
Reviews from Previous Hosts
“... extraordinarily compelling...
a moving exhibit.”
" ...such an important element of the death penalty debate.”
"Scott Langley is an excellent speaker and photographer, and his talk stimulated important discussion on our campus. He is exactly the type of speaker colleges should be bringing in.”
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