Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
2007 Open Exhibition

CAPIC
Vooruit!

May 1–30, 2007
Amsterdam Brewery
21 Bathurst St

DUTCH INNOVATION FROM A CANADIAN PERSPECTIVE
"Vooruit" means "forward" or "ahead of" in the
dutch lanquage.
Renowned for their innovation in architecture,
design, urban planning, the environment,
transportation, housing and social policy, the
Dutch have managed to raise the level of society
as a whole in a forward manner that is
unprecedented. One can look to the Dutch as a model
for the future.
This group exhibit asks Toronto CAPIC
photographers & photo illustrators to examine and
interpret some of these major themes and pay
homage to the impact of Dutch culture on modern
society.
CAPIC was founded in 1978 as a national,
not-for-profit association dedicated to
safeguarding and promoting the rights and
interests of photographers, illustrators and
recently, digital artists, working in the
communications industry. As the collective voice
and advocate for professional artists in Canada,
CAPIC works hard to maintain industry standards,
create a community, fight for copyright
protection, and much more.

Scotiabank CONTACT
Photography Festival

80 Spadina Ave Suite 205
Toronto ON M5V 2J4
Gallery Hours
Tue-Fri 11am–5pm
The CONTACT Gallery
is wheelchair accessible.