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Exhibition

Vice & Virtue

Booze, Broads & Sunday Laws – this free exhibit offers a look back at moral reform in “Toronto the Good” as it faced rapid growth and industrialization at the turn-of-the-century.

I remember: Vimy 100

This exhibit is the result of the reflections of photojournalist Racheal McCaig on the magnificence of a monument commemorating the Battle of Vimy Ridge: an affirmation of a young country that has now reached adulthood and a decisive moment in Canada’s history.
This series of photographs will also be the subject of a special exhibit in Givenchy-enGohelle, France, near Vimy, in April 2017 as part of the commemoration of this battle where so many Canadian soldiers distinguished themselves during the First World War.

Rachel McCaig have been interviewed notably by CHCH and TVO

There is no greater joy than that of feeling oneself a creator" Henri Bergson

Four talented artists from Toronto will share with you their passion for art, their Other self, through an exhibit where creating means beauty, happiness and sharing. Christophe de Carbonnières, alias “St Brice” (painter), Christelle Lasserre (ceramicist), Caroline and Bruno Roux (sculptor and painter). Exhibit from April 12th to May 6th.

Encounters with the sublime

Outstanding exhibit by Sebastião Salgado, one of the world’s greatest photographers, and Bradford Washburn, explorer, geographer and mountaineer. This series of photographs is devoted to Kluane National Park and Reserve, as well as three other protected areas, Wrangell-St. Elias, Glacier Bay and Tatshenshini-Alsek, all designated by UNESCO as World heritage Sites. Partners: Parks Canada and the yukon Arts Centre. Exhibit from February 8th to March 4th.

Live to Move

In the Gallery at the MNjcc
Photography by Arthur Poirier
January 5 - 30
Opening reception January 12, 6:00 pm. Includes Invictus Games Presentation.
Closing reception January 30, 6:00 pm. Includes Indigenous Games Presentation.Amateur and semi-pro athletes inspire a healthy lifestyle.
Info: deannad@mnjcc.org (416) 924-6211 x250

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