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In the Gallery at the Miles Nadal JCC
Archival photos organized by the Ontario Jewish Archives, Blankenstein Family Heritage Centre and Shoresh
Immigration schemes to environmental ethics - explore the untold story of Jewish farming in Ontario past and present in this photo exhibit by the OJA and Shoresh.
From Friday, October 14th to Monday, October 17th Anne Remmel's art exhibition Resonance will be available to view in the Tartu College Hall. The official opening of the exhibit will be on Friday, October 14th at 6pm and the exhibit will be open until 9pm. The exhibit will be open from 12-5pm on all four days, including Sunday, October 16th during the Annex Tour of Houses and Cultural Institutions.
No admission fee. A small donation would be appreciated.
Sundays, October 16 - December 11, 3:00 - 5:00 pm
Youth 18-30 who identify with the experience of disability will work with artist Maayan Ziv to develop media arts and photography skills, and to explore disability, identity, and community. Project culminates in a gallery show in February and art photobook.
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in the Gallery at the J
Paintings by Jennifer Lawton
A series of large oil paintings depicting anonymous, yet recognizable activities one partakes in while on vacation.
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The TIFF is one of the most important Film festivals in the world, in which French projects and French talents play a major part. They are directors, actors or producers and they have been photographed by Jean-Baptiste. His exhibition captures the highlights of the festival through a serie of portraits.
Voltaire liked to recognize, “His majesty, Chance.” Current-day historians tend to attribute to it all its importance. The long-dominant idea of destiny, favourable or not, in the tide of humanity, under the influence of divine will or material forces at work, has lost its popularity. We like to enumerate the many, often picturesque, situations in which contingency, bringing the crucial consequences of minor, sometimes minuscule chances, played a major role in all human fields of activity, in war and in peace, in politics, science, even the economy.
In the film Queen Margot, Catherine de Médicis is depicted as one of the main instigators of the massacre of Protestants at the St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre. Others saw her as a woman of power supporting her sons, the last descendants of the Valois dynasty. She was also, in her time, a great patron of the arts. This lecture will try to reconcile the three contradictory images of this rich and complex historical figure.
"This exhibition is intended to be a visual exploration and a celebration of what represents the sensitive reality of my environment in 2016.
Cage Call 25 is a retrospective exhibition of the most in-depth photographic study of hard rock mining communities ever produced in Canada. Created by photographer Louie Palu, the monumental project was undertaken between 1991-2005 in Northern Quebec and Ontario. Since then work has been published, collected and exhibited worldwide.