The World Food Prize

40 Chances Photography Exhibit

40 CHANCES - FINDING HOPE IN A HUNGRY WORLD
Photography Exhibit by Howard G. Buffett

The World Food Prize Hall of Laureates is proud to house Howard G. Buffett's 40 Chances Photography Exhibit. The exhibit features beautiful, insightful photography from around the globe in six main categories: agriculture, water, social conflict, portraits, Howard G. Buffett on the Ground and landscapes.

The photos will give you a glimpse into the daily life of the world's poor, conditions that individuals around the world face while struggling to overcome hunger, poverty, or conflict and the importance of water - one of our planet's most critical resources.  

IN HOWARD'S OWN WORDS

 

Each of us has about 40 chances to accomplish our goals in life. 

 

Embracing the 40 Chances mindset means that we must get outside of our comfort zones, that we have to break down barriers set up by others, and that we cannot always accept the status quo when it's simply not working. 

 

Approaching life with a 40 Chances mindset gives you reason to hope and take action, and it forces fresh approaches that our world desperately needs.

OPEN FOR VIEWING

The photography exhibit is open for viewing beginning Saturday, November 16 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Guests are welcome to visit the Hall of Laureates and the photography exhibit during our normal public tours. Click here to see additional dates and times the Hall of Laureates is open for tours. 
 

PARKING

As there is no on-site parking available, guests are asked to park at the meters located around the building or in the surrounding parking ramps. 

HANDICAP ACCESSIBILITY

The Hall of  Laureates building is fully handicap accessible. The handicap entrance is on the west/garden side of the building, at the ground level. Every floor of the building is accessible by elevator, and there are not currently wheelchairs available to borrow.

For additional information or to schedule a private event or large group tour, please contact Nicole Barreca (515-245-3735; email).
 

 

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