Cartooning for Peace and Dinard City Hall present a wide-ranging retrospective “Cartoons for Peace” exhibition.
It was curated by the French cartoonist Plantu and Jacques Terrière, and with almost 200 cartoons from 58 cartoonists who are members of the association, it offers a real breath of fresh air and a moment for thought and reflexion on tolerance, and paths to peace.
It presents 15 topics (freedom of speech, censorship, racism, women rights and equality, children rights, the environment, migrants, visions of Brittany…) as well as texts, quotes, computer graphics, pictures, videos, workshops and activities for young audiences…
This instructive and playful editorial cartoon exhibition functions as a kind of editorial watchtower on human rights in general and freedom of expression in particular. With humour, an all-comers public is invited to think about the world around him or her: the cartoons on display will inform, question, denounce… an appropriate way of celebrating the 10th anniversary of Cartooning For Peace, which is coming up this October.