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On Saturday, April 1st at 5pm at Tartu College, the Estonian immersion camp located in Muskoka, Canada will be celebrating its 50th anniversary with an exhibition opening. People of Estonian heritage have been going to this camp to reconnect with their cultural roots every summer since 1967. The exhibit will be on display at Tartu College all summer.
Dress code for the opening: wild.
Appetizers and bar.
Info: Maimu Mölder: email@example.com
In the Gallery in the MNjcc:
Group photography inspired by Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
February 4-27, 2017, in conjunction with Jewish Disabilities Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM) and installation What Dream It Was in the Al Green Theatre.
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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.
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
Exhibit of the photos from the Lycée Français Toronto’s photography competition open to students aged 10 to 18.
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.
Exhibition of artifacts related to the First World War. Before the vernissage, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., there will be a screening of Toronto’s Great War Attic, a documentary consisting of 10 short films about familiar objects belonging to Toronto families during World War l. Partner: City of Toronto. Exhibit can be viewed on April 5th only.