Virtual Tour - "What Were You Wearing?" Student-Survivor Art Installation

Content Warning: This tour and exhibition contains themes and content related to sexual assault. Please utilize self-care as needed.

This tour shows "What Were You Wearing?" as it was exhibited in the Community Gallery at Penn State Lehigh Valley in Center Valley, Pennsylvania.

What Were You Wearing? is an art exhibit based on student-survivor descriptions of the clothes they were wearing during their sexual assault. These stories were collected from survivors by Jen Brockman and Dr. Mary Wyandt-Hiebert at the University of Arkansas in 2013.


Below is a virtual tour of the exhibit. (If the Exhibit does not show, refresh your browser. It should appear after refreshing.)

If the Virtual Tour does not show up after refreshing, or if you would like to view the exhibit Full-Screen, click on the Grey Polygon in the upper left corner or click here.

If the navagation box is blocking your ability to read the description, while viewing the exhibit on our website, left-click on the navigation box where it reads, "What Were You Wearing?". The navigation box will disappear, leaving the outfit and story for you to read.  



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