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An exhibition of the political cartoons and landscape paintings of the Canadian artist Josh Silburt (1914-1991)
Sherlock Holmes is the ultimate pop culture icon. His influence is seen in every kind of popular media – from print, to stage and screen. Along the way, he has met and mixed with many of the most famous characters, brands, and stars of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Holmes first appeared in in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 1887 novella A Study in Scarlet. Conan Doyle went on to write 59 more stories about Holmes, but the legend of the Great Detective continued to grow as many other writers took a turn at developing the character.
Paintings by Violet Chum
Language panels by The Canadian Language Museum
(416) 924-6211 x250
Toronto Public Library and Passages Canada are pleased to present Destination Canada, a new exhibit that explores our diverse experiences of migration, arrival and finding a place of belonging from early settlement to present day. Discover the stories of newcomers throughout our history through posters, photographs, written accounts and other materials from Toronto Public Library's Baldwin Collection of Canadiana and Chinese Canadian Archive. The exhibit also features personal mementos from storytellers with Passages Canada.
The Kotkajärve Metsaülikool (Forest University) 50! exhibition will be open at VEMU all summer from April 1, 2017 to September 15, 2017.
People of Estonian heritage have been going to reconnect with their roots at this total immersion cultural camp in the deep woods of Muskoka, Canada every summer since 1967. Discover what happens at this Estonian camp in Canada.