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Explore the past, contemplate the present, and discover the future at the McMichael!

For the 2018–2019 school year, the McMichael continues to showcase diverse, thought-provoking and engaging exhibitions that celebrate The Art of Canada*. Outstanding shows of contemporary and modernist works of art will be on display, along with the gallery’s well-known works presented through a fresh curatorial lens.

Opening this October is the internationally acclaimed exhibition David Milne: Modern Painting, showcasing Milne’s artistic development and journey into modernity as he moved from the bustling sidewalks of New York to the war-torn landscapes of Northern France. This exhibition includes several works produced for the War Memorial Fund. Coinciding with both the Milne exhibition and 100th anniversary of the Armistice, Stephen Andrews: Frames of War opens in November. This contemporary exhibition of Andrews’ war related pencil crayon artworks presents a unique opportunity to explore the impact of the Great War on Canadian history and national identity.

The continuing presentation of The Art of Canada: Director’s Cut and Indigenous galleries provides the perfect framework to celebrate the many facets of Canadian history and culture, and experience an all-encompassing picture of Canadian art.

The McMichael offers a unique learning experience, in which a refreshing synergy between art, nature and history can address a variety of curriculum expectations.

To book, or for more information:
1.888.213.1121 or 905.893.1121 ext. 2209
bookings@mcmichael.com
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oil painting of woman standing in dining room reading a newspaper

David Milne (1882 1953) Black 1914 oil on canvas 51.9 x 62.1 cm Gift of the Founders, Robert and Signe McMichael, McMichael Canadian Art Collection 1966.16.23

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