Exhibits

Explore what peace means in the past, present, and future.

Featured Exhibit: The Chicago Freedom Movement: MLK in Color

June 3 - July 30, 2022

This entire photography exhibit includes contemporary photographs reminding us that we still have a long way to go before we achieve what Dr. King fought for and what we are fighting for now -neighborhoods with opportunities to work, shop, and play safely, where everyone is treated fairly and without prejudice or hurt in their search for a home.

Currently On Display

Visit our museum in-person to view our permanent and pop-up exhibitions.

J. Kadir Cannon

Ongoing

Ghandi Photo Collection

Ongoing

The Heckman Gallery

Ongoing

Dayton Peace Accords

Ongoing

Currently On Digital Display

Enjoy our engaging digital exhibits from the comfort of home.

Dayton Peace Accords

To mark the 25th anniversary of the Accords, the Museum has launched an online version of this innovative exhibit.

Peacebuilder Stories

The Peace Heroes Room at the Museum celebrates individuals who accepted the risk in making the world a less violent and more just place.

Peace Labyrinth

A series of 17 quilts that visitors can walk through, like a labyrinth, which portray the teachings of the Golden Rule.

The Dayton Peace Trail

This trail is designed to help us remember and pay tribute to those spaces of peace and justice in our community.

Upcoming Guest Exhibits

Brad Heckman, NY Artist

Aug. 5, 2022

Maryam Safajoo, Iranian Watercolorist & Activist

Aug. 19 - Sept. 24, 2022

Tripwire & Gunpowder Installation: Michele Colburn

Sept. 30 - Oct. 22, 2022

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