Group Exhibition 150 Years of Language in Toronto

Canadian Language Museum ⁠ accessible_forward
2275 Bayview Ave, Glendon Gallery
May 3–25,  2017

Toronto’s language landscape has undergone major shifts over the past 150 years and its geography has reflected these changes. This bilingual (English and French), photography-based exhibit highlights 150 years of Toronto’s changing multilingual landscape. Using archival and contemporary photographs and videos, this exhibition inspires a deeper understanding of Toronto’s multicultural history and languages.

Curated by Elaine Gold, Jocelyn Kent, Christine Pennington, Katherine Wilson