Produced by:
Friends of Bosnia

TEL: 978-461-0909
FAX: 978-461-2552


During three trips to Bosnia between 1995 and 1997, Glenn Ruga, Frank Ward and Barbara Ayotte record the stories of people in Bosnia who have survived ethnic cleansing. As they begin to rebuild their lives, refugees, professionals, and government officials talk about their past experiences and their hopes for a united and multiethnic Bosnia.

The entire exhibit is available for rent. The cost is $200 plus shipping fees. If you are interested, please contact us at the number below.

The exhibit is comprised of 27 panels mounted on heavy weight foam board wi th wire on the back for hanging. The entire exhibit fits into three wooden crates and is sent via UPS.

13 panels 32" x 18"
14 panels 22" x 18"

Exhibition schedule

September 1996
Northampton Center for the Arts
Northampton, MA

November, 1996
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC

December, 1996
Brown University Library
Providence, RI

February, 1997
Amherst Public Library
Amherst, MA

March, 1997
Amherst College Student Center
Amherst, MA

February, 1998
Greenfield Community College
Greenfield, MA

March, 1998
Embassy of Bosnia Herzegovina
Washington, DC

September, 1998
LIPA Gallery
Washington, DC

March, 1999
Greensboro Public Library
Greensboro, NC

May, 1999
Otter Tail County Historical Society
Fergus Falls, MN

June, 1999
Pelican Rapids Public Library
Pelican Rapids, MN

School of Social Work Library
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA

In addition to full exhibitions, individual photos have appeared in Metropolis Magazine, Child Express Magazine, I Bambini di Sarajevo exhibition, and As Long as Sarajevo Exists by Kemal Kurspahic