Category Archives: events

Viktor Kolar – Canada 1968 – 1973

Toronto. Stephen Bulger of Stephen Bulger Gallery dropped me a note announcing this exhibition by Czech photographer Viktor Kolar in his Gallery One at 1026 Queen St West (doors west of Ossington Av). The exhibit runs from January 21, 2017 … Continue reading

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Remember the Japanese Internment in WW2?

Toronto. During the second world war (WW2) after Hong Kong and Pearl Harbour were  attacked and Japan entered the war on the side of Germany, Many Asian Canadian and American families on the west coast were relocated inland. A deadline … Continue reading

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ROM’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibit

Toronto. For the past 52 years the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) has hosted an exhibition of wildlife photographs from around the world. You are invited each year to submit your own wildlife photographs in  the competition to be recognized as The … Continue reading

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Notman Exhibit at McCord 2016-2017

Toronto. The major repository for all things Notman is the McCord Museum in Montreal across Sherbrooke from McGill University. McCord mounted a Notman exhibition to be displayed from November 4, 2016 to next spring, March 26, 2017. The exhibition was … Continue reading

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Early Canadian Women Photographers – Free talk and show this Friday

Toronto. Long time PHSC member, gallery curator, photographer and writer Laura Jones invites you to an event at the Arts & Letters club (where we will be holding our Image Show this coming Sunday). Laura spoke to us most recently … Continue reading

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Eaton and Photographers

Toronto. My friend George Dunbar dropped me a note a few days ago regarding a photograph taken by William James back in 1922 at a funeral on St Clair Avenue West in Toronto (fonds 1244, item 1020)  courtesy of the … Continue reading

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Canada and the Great War 1916

Toronto. Lampton House in the west end of Toronto is hosting a talk by John Beram called “Canada and the Great War 1916” on November 10, 2016 from 7:30pm to 9:00pm. My thanks to Ms Joy Cohnstaedt of the Heritage York group.

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Fort York

Toronto. Fort York predates Toronto. Burnt in the beginning of the war of 1812, it was rebuilt the following year (1813). Today, the fort, relocated just north of Lakeshore just east of the CNE grounds, is a popular tourist destination. … Continue reading

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Sara Angelucci Exhibit

Toronto. Stephen Bulger of the Stephen Bulger gallery announced that he is hosting an exhibition of photographic works by Sara Angelucci called Arboretum. The photographs combine images of trees and people. Ms Angelucci, an Adjunct  Professor in Photography at Ryerson, is … Continue reading

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A History of the Future 20160921 – a Review

A delightful night for the PHSC. Our host for the presentations was Joanna Beyersbergen of Ryerson. We had two key speakers: Bob Wilson of the PHSC on the history of stereo and 4th year Ryerson student Marissa Frosst on the … Continue reading

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