|The F Word: Stories of Forgiveness exhibition is a thought provoking collection of arresting images and personal narratives exploring forgiveness in the face of atrocity. First launched in London in 2004, it has since been displayed in over 550 venues worldwide. Drawing together voices from South Africa, America, Israel, Palestine, Northern Ireland and England, the exhibition examines forgiveness as a healing process, a path out of victimhood and, ultimately, a journey of hope. The exhibition is available in various formats for hire, and is on permanent display in several countries around the world.
See below for details about where to see the exhibition or to download our hiring information pack.For all general queries email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can purchase Stories of Forgiveness, a collection of some of the stories from the exhibition here.
The UK & Ireland
All Saints Parish Church, Wiltshire Road, Wokingham
Aberdeen Seventh-day Adventist Church, 13A Dee Place, Aberdeen
Woodley Baptist Church, Hurricane Way, Woodley, Reading
St Columba’s, Pont Street, London, SW1X 0BD
Ealing Abbey, Charlbury Grove, Ealing, W5 2DY
USA and Canada
St Mark’s Epicopal Church, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Hamline University, St.Paul, Minnesota
St Cloud State University, St Cloud, MN
“Probably the most important exhibition I’ve ever seen.”
Viewer, Northern Ireland
“I have seen the exhibition twice myself now and for me it is the most moving and helpful experience of my life – it helped me cope with my own experience when all other methods had not succeeded”
“Thank you so much for the f-word exhibition. What a remarkable and wonderful project. It’s so unusual for topics which relate to our ultimate values to be made so readily accessible. Having the exhibition in the centre of Leeds for shoppers to browse was tremendous.”
“This is real art. About humanity. A triumph of meaning. More Please!”
“I recently saw the Forgiveness exhibition up in Findhorn… THANKYOU so much for it. I was blown away. Had to visit it in 3 doses as so much to take in and I was overwhelmed with emotion. I would actually describe it as a life-changing experience. It took me to the centre of my own humanity.”