The History of Women in Canadian Art (Culture Club 55+)

Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 2:00 pm to 3:30pm

Cost: $5.00

Get the inside scoop on local art and history. Relax and enjoy one-of-a-kind gatherings with cultural experts and learn more about the exhibitions and collections. Each session offers light refreshments and time to meet others. Tailored to ages 55+, but we don’t check ID!

Cost: $5 per session / 8 sessions for $30 (save $10)

The History of Women in Canadian Art    
Kirsty Robertson, Western University Visual Arts Professor

From Emily Carr to Joyce Wieland and Jamelie Hassan, this talk will explore a history of women in the arts in Canada: their voices, views, identities, and current discussions around art and gender.  


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March 8      
Inside the World of Art Restoration      
Wendy Crawford, Fine Art Conservator, Art Conservation Services Inc.

Peer into the fascinating world of art conservation and learn about current restoration projects underway at Museum London. Wendy will share her experience conserving fine art, frames, works on paper and sculpture.


April 12      
Our History with Addiction    
Dr. Ken Kirkwood, Western University School of Health Studies 

Coffee was banned as a stimulant, chocolate thought sacred, alcohol medicinal, and now Canada is decriminalizing marijuana. Hear Dr. Kirkwood discuss a social history of addiction for a deeper consideration of the themes in our exhibition “Guilty Pleasures.” 


Tuesday to Sunday: 
11:00 am to 5:00 pm 

11:00 am to 9:00 pm 

Closed Monday


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