This presentation explores the idea of remembering well, both in the role played by various forms of war heritage—from sites, artefacts and art, to rituals and traditions of commemoration—and the meanings we construct from them.
What was a typical outfit in the nineteenth century? How did clothes change from the 1920s to the 1950s? In this From the Vault History Bites episode, Visitor Experience Assistant Anna takes us deep into the archives to discuss her area of expertise: fashion!
Join Guelph Museums Curator Dawn Owen for History Bites: Where the Rivers Meet. Dawn will be in conversation with the researchers behind the Decolonizing Place Narratives project. More information to come soon!
Roll the film! Guelph Museums Curator Dawn Owen will be in conversation with Guelph storyteller and artist Jenny Mitchell, Guelph Film Festival, and Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition to discuss the exhibition and community project Moving Histories, Neighbourhood Mysteries.
108 Water Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
McCrae in the Mirror is a dramatic flight of fancy inspired by the life, work and renowned storytelling panache of Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae. Playwright Mike Ford animates well and lesser-known aspects of Guelph's most famous son in a provocative voyage through the mists of the past.