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HISTORICAL LECTURES & DISCUSSIONS

Historical Lectures and Discussions

SPRING

Annual Beverley Fingerhut Memorial Lecture: Uninvited: Canadian Women Artists in the Modern Moment - Thursday, Apr 11, 1-2:30 pm

2:30-3:30 pm - In-person only afternoon tea social

Uninvited: Canadian Women Artists in the Modern Moment celebrates the extraordinary Canadian women painters, weavers, photographers, beadworkers and sculptors from a century ago, explores the diversity of women creators from coast to coast to coast – many of whom have been neglected by traditional art history – and challenges the notion of the quintessential Canadian artist. Join us virtually or in-person at the Miles Nadal JCC, including afternoon tea! Guest speaker: Sarah Milroy, Executive Director and Chief Curator at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection

SPRING

Exploring Toronto’s West End - Mondays, Jun 3 - 17, 1-2:30 pm

Explore the rich and diverse histories of West Toronto - home to some of our city’s oldest neighbourhoods. Using archival and current images, Marta will discuss Parkdale, Wellington Place and The Junction in this three-part multi-access illustrated series. This is a companion to Marta’s spring 2022 virtual series Exploring Toronto’s East End. Join us in person at the Miles Nadal JCC, virtually on Zoom or register to receive the recordings! Guest speaker: architectural historian Marta O’Brien

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