For many, this weekend marks the beginning of the holiday season and it’s safe to say you’ll get your fill of holiday cheer with everything happening in town. Not quite ready to welcome winter? Plenty for you too so read on and enjoy your weekend!
From October 19, 2017 until March 18, 2018, the Canadian Biennial will run at the National Gallery of Canada. The Biennial provides the gallery an opportunity to curate a show of the departments of Contemporary Art, Indigenous Art and the Canadian Photography Institute’s acquisitions since 2014.
Arctic enthusiasts can enjoy a new special exhibit featuring glimpses of life in Nunavut as the Museum’s northern programming continues in the permanent Canada Goose Arctic Gallery. Voices from Nunavut is a video project featuring photos and videos taken by northern youth from each of Nunavut’s 25 communities using iPads that had been provided to the youth to help capture daily experiences in Canada’s Arctic territory.
Canada Day marks the culmination of nearly 5 years of work at the Canadian Museum of History when the new Canadian History Hall, the museum’s marquee exhibition, opens to the public for the first time.
The new Canadian History Hall is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition on Canadian history ever developed.
A contemporary take on Canada’s Arctic, as seen through its rich natural diversity and connections to people, is ready to open June 21 at the Canadian Museum of Nature. The permanent Canada Goose Arctic Gallery represents the museum’s legacy project to the mark Canada’s 150th anniversary. Gallery Overview Upon entering the 8,000-sq.-ft. gallery, a unique […]
The National Gallery of Canada has extended summer hours and reduced admission for youth and students.
Depuis quelques temps, à chaque fois que je passais sur Wellington en allant vers l’Ouest, mon œil était attiré par un bâtiment certes austère mais imposant, sur la droite. Plus que le bâtiment, deux grandes banderoles sombres placées de part et d’autre du perron de l’édifice retenaient systématiquement mon attention.
Disons-le tout de suite, l’exposition Napoléon et Paris présentée au Musée canadien de l’histoire est un incontournable pour tout passionné d’histoire.