Program

Talk

The Stories Were Not Told

Artful Reading

Semchuk highlights Canada’s internment operations during the First World War, in which many immigrants from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Germany, and the Ottoman Empire were unjustly imprisoned as enemy aliens.


Semchuk describes how lives and society have been shaped by acts of legislated racism and helps people understand the cross-cultural and intergenerational consequences of Canada’s first internment camps.


The Stories Were Not Told: Canada’s First World War Internment Camps by Sandra Semchuk
hosted by Sandra Semchuk
Space is limited and registration is required. E-mail cwylie@remaimodern.org to register.
To cover light refreshments for the group, the cost to attend is $10 + admission or membership.

About the talk

Remai Modern's book discussion program brings together two things we love: great art and literature! Led by different guest hosts and moderated by Robin Adair, participants are invited to discuss the selected book in connection to artworks on view. Titles are available from Remai Modern's Art & Design Store.

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