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Royal Ontario Museum


100 Queen's Park
Toronto, ON M5S 2C6
Canada

(??.? miles from you)

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Royal Ontario Museum

Being Japanese Canadian
Being Japanese Canadian
Being Japanese Canadian

Royal Ontario Museum

Wed, May 22nd

10:00 AM - 5:30 PM (EST)

Being Japanese Canadian
Cost: $14.00 - $20.00 USD
Booking options: General Admission
Ages: All Ages
Plan to spend: 1 hour 30 minutes
Wednesday, May 22nd 2019
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM (EST)

Encounter personal perspectives on the exile, dispossession, and internment of Japanese Canadians during the 1940s through a series of artworks interspersed throughout the Sigmund Samuel Gallery of Canada. This installation features contemporary artists who experienced this history first hand, and those who grapple with their parents and grandparents’ experiences. 

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    Today

    10:00 AM EST

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    Being Japanese Canadian
    Encounter personal perspectives on the exile, dispossession, and internment of Japanese Canadians during the 1940s through a series of artworks interspersed throughout the Sigmund Samuel Gallery of Canada. This installation features contemporary artists who experienced this history first hand, and those who grapple with their parents and grandparents’ experiences. 

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