To highlight that anniversary, she invited artists around the world to create quilts: Three quilts for each of the 30 articles. Because the Fitton Center could not exhibit all 90, only 30 are on exhibit there.
The declaration defined four core freedoms all people should have: Freedom of speech, freedom of belief, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. The Cincinnati Museum Center is handling the tour’s logistics when the collection leaves Hamilton.
A panel will discuss the exhibit from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Fitton Center, during the season launch party. Artists from the UN exhibition and from a 25-person exhibition of local artists’ works, called “25” (one for each year of the Fitton Center) will participate.
“Here’s an opportunity to have a dialogue about human rights,” Mazloomi said. “And what we could possibly do as individuals in our own small way to advance human rights — and what we can do to open our minds as to what’s going on in other countries, and be aware, as world citizens.”