Exhibition of artifacts related to the First World War.
Partner: City of Toronto
From 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm there will be a screening of Toronto’s Great War Attic, a documentary consisting of 10 short films about familiar objects belonging to Toronto families during World War l.
The screening will be followed by a reception from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm, during which twenty First Wold War' objects will be presented to the public by specialists (bilingual presentation).
The documentary will be introduced by Larry Ostola, Director of Museums and Heritage Services, Economic Development and Culture, City of Toronto. The objects will be presented by Wayne Reeves, Chief Curator of Museums and Heritage Services for the City of Toronto.
*Objects only visible during the event
*Documentary in English without French subtitles
For further information about the vernissage and the documentary: