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Facing Claude Cahun & Marcel Moore

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) 9 Wellington St E, Brampton, ON

Facing Claude Cahun & Marcel Moore bridges generational and geographic divides as contemporary artists respond to the ground-breaking work of Surrealist artist and genderqueer pioneer Claude Cahun (1894-1954) and their partner Marcel Moore (1892-1972). The duo’s photographs have made a significant impact in the art world since their rediscovery in the late 1980s. Claude Cahun…

Recurring Event We Are Hockey

We Are Hockey

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) 9 Wellington St E, Brampton, ON

Ice hockey is an icon of Canadian culture, yet the game has traditionally been represented by white players. We Are Hockey is centred around the experiences of people of colour to provide them visibility and legitimacy, and highlights the historic and persistent racial inequalities in how the game has been presented. Challenging our traditional ideas…

UN/COVERINGS: Mennonite & Muslim Women’s Heads and Hearts

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) 9 Wellington St E, Brampton, ON

UN/COVERINGS is a multimedia, fashion-based installation that invites visitors to challenge their own biases and stereotypes around religious head coverings. Region of Waterloo Museums designed this exhibit in collaboration with Dr. Laura Morlock, lecturer at Ryerson’s School of Fashion, and Dr. Cristina Moreno-Almeida, postdoctoral fellow at King’s College London.

Facing Claude Cahun & Marcel Moore

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) 9 Wellington St E, Brampton, ON

Facing Claude Cahun & Marcel Moore bridges generational and geographic divides as contemporary artists respond to the ground-breaking work of Surrealist artist and genderqueer pioneer Claude Cahun (1894-1954) and their partner Marcel Moore (1892-1972). The duo’s photographs have made a significant impact in the art world since their rediscovery in the late 1980s. Claude Cahun…

Recurring Event We Are Hockey

We Are Hockey

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) 9 Wellington St E, Brampton, ON

Ice hockey is an icon of Canadian culture, yet the game has traditionally been represented by white players. We Are Hockey is centred around the experiences of people of colour to provide them visibility and legitimacy, and highlights the historic and persistent racial inequalities in how the game has been presented. Challenging our traditional ideas…

UN/COVERINGS: Mennonite & Muslim Women’s Heads and Hearts

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) 9 Wellington St E, Brampton, ON

UN/COVERINGS is a multimedia, fashion-based installation that invites visitors to challenge their own biases and stereotypes around religious head coverings. Region of Waterloo Museums designed this exhibit in collaboration with Dr. Laura Morlock, lecturer at Ryerson’s School of Fashion, and Dr. Cristina Moreno-Almeida, postdoctoral fellow at King’s College London.

Facing Claude Cahun & Marcel Moore

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) 9 Wellington St E, Brampton, ON

Facing Claude Cahun & Marcel Moore bridges generational and geographic divides as contemporary artists respond to the ground-breaking work of Surrealist artist and genderqueer pioneer Claude Cahun (1894-1954) and their partner Marcel Moore (1892-1972). The duo’s photographs have made a significant impact in the art world since their rediscovery in the late 1980s. Claude Cahun…

Recurring Event We Are Hockey

We Are Hockey

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) 9 Wellington St E, Brampton, ON

Ice hockey is an icon of Canadian culture, yet the game has traditionally been represented by white players. We Are Hockey is centred around the experiences of people of colour to provide them visibility and legitimacy, and highlights the historic and persistent racial inequalities in how the game has been presented. Challenging our traditional ideas…

UN/COVERINGS: Mennonite & Muslim Women’s Heads and Hearts

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) 9 Wellington St E, Brampton, ON

UN/COVERINGS is a multimedia, fashion-based installation that invites visitors to challenge their own biases and stereotypes around religious head coverings. Region of Waterloo Museums designed this exhibit in collaboration with Dr. Laura Morlock, lecturer at Ryerson’s School of Fashion, and Dr. Cristina Moreno-Almeida, postdoctoral fellow at King’s College London.

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