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Please browse the gallery below for all the images, videos and audio for the Women of the Sooke Region: From Pioneers to the Modern Wonder Woman exhibit. Click on an item to see an enlarged image with description or to play the video/audio clip.
A display of children's artwork laid out on a table, such as colourful prints, sculptures, and clothing inspired by the Pacheedaht First Nation community.
A portrait photo of a woman.
Two men in suits on either side of a woman, presenting her with a ship's cannon.
In an office, a woman in a police uniform talks animatedly with her hands in front of her.
Three women on the sidewalk holding Stop Bullying signs.
An outdoors scene with a large red wooden sign at the foreground, which reads: Sooke Region Museum. Behind the sign, towards the center of the picture, we see a large red cylindrical tower - the Triangle Island lighthouse - between the trees.
A collage of three images: in the upper left corner is an image of a lightboard at the entrance to a gallery display, which displays the word “WOMEN” in blue lights. Yellow vinyl spells out: “of the Sooke Region” below the lights. In the lower left corner is an image of a woman looking at a display with text and photos. On the right half of the collage, there is a photo of an exhibition room with, on the left, a display of text and photos; in the center, the back wall also covered with display elements and, on the right side, a table with a painting hanging above it. Colourful lights light up the displays from above.
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