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City of Toronto Ontario Canada Women portrayers of WWI exhibit


John Gilinsky
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I just saw this advertisement on the official City of Toronto website about a soon to close Saturday September 23, 2018 circulating exhibit featuring three Canadian women who painted, sculpted or photographed the war.  Note that if you are in Toronto during this upcoming weekend of Saturday September 23 - Sunday September 24, 2018 that some Canadian WW1 reenactors will be putting on at the same venue, Fort York National Historic Site in downtown Toronto, Ontario WWI activities.

John

 

 

Festivals and Events

Parallels: Women Representing the Great War in Canada and Newfoundland

Though they faced many challenges, female artists in Canada and Newfoundland contributed unique representations of the Great War and its effects on Canadian Society. Presented by the Canadian Centre for the Great War, Parallels explores the wartime and post war contributions of landscape artist Mary Riter Hamilton, sculptor Frances Loring, and portrait photographer Elsie Holloway. This travelling exhibition will culminate with Canada's Hundred Days: A Great War Living History Weekend, September 22 & 23 at Fort York.

Arts/Exhibits, History, Museum


When: August 13, 2018 - September 23, 2018
 
Where: Fort York National Historic Site
250 Fort York Blvd
 
Cost: $6.00 - $14.00
Child: $6.00 | Youth: $8.00 | Adult: $14.00 | Senior: $10.00

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Website: www.toronto.ca
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