At the Diefenbaker Centre
One-Way Passage: Canada’s War Brides, an audio-visual installation by Beverly Tosh that includes photos and personal accounts, can be seen until May 31. Also on view is A University at War: The U of S and WWII, an exhibit that explores the impact of the war on the University community. On May 6 at 1:30 pm, in conjunction with the One-Way Passage exhibition, Terry England, president of the Sask. War Brides Association, will give a lecture entitled The War Brides: Sentimental Journeys.
Gifts of the Gods
Museum of Antiquities is presenting Gifts of the Gods: Adornment in Antiquity, an exhibition of original and replica pieces of jewelry, clothing, and military decoration and weaponry. The Museum is open Monday to Friday, 9-4:30 pm in the College Building.
See Nothing, See Everything
Marie Lannoo: See Nothing, See Everything, works that challenge the viewer’s perception of painting, in on view in the Kenderdine Gallery until July 14. Hours are 11:30 am-4:30 pm on the 2nd floor, Agriculture Building.
College Building Art Gallery
Fragments d’une histoire, a video/sound installation by Sylvie Bélanger, is in the Main Level Gallery, and Charles Rea: Crystal Lab/Mirror Mazes can be seen in the Lower Level Gallery. Both exhibitions continue until June 30. Gallery hours are 9 am-4:30 pm.
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