As part of the anniversary celebrations, there were a number of display cases out and about in various spots with items from the past history of the NAC. They included props, posters, set maquettes, and more. I will be returning to this Doors Open visit after Canada Day, and will likely be dropping in at the NAC tomorrow, since the venue is celebrating the occasion in a big way.
I like the juxtaposition of the Oscar Peterson and Hip Hop posters, a reflection no doubt of the varied tastes of the past half century. Can't imagine Oscar rapping though!ReplyDelete
Looks like the NAC doors open was well attended William, I would have been there for sure if I wasn't on the other side of the world ☺ReplyDelete
Very interesting, William!ReplyDelete
Have a nice Sunday!
A nice overview of the rich history.ReplyDelete
Interessante este Centro de Artes, aproveito para desejar um bom Domingo.ReplyDelete
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
How fortunate you are to live near such great collections of Canadian history. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
...a treasure to have for all these years.ReplyDelete
I'm looking forward to your Canada Day stuff! We keep a low key celebration. I've neglected doing my Canada Day decor. I have to put red ribbons up on my fencing.ReplyDelete
Where the shows are great. That sculpture of Oscar Peterson is very effective and his music more than aok. Bach from Glen Gould cant be surpassed. Lots to celebrate.ReplyDelete
@John: he would not.ReplyDelete
@Grace: it was quite a crowd.
@Ella: thank you.
@Jan: I thought so.
@Marie: you're welcome.
@Tom: it is.
@Julia: Gould has a connection here too.
An interesting visit.ReplyDelete
What a great venue to celebrate art. And people come!ReplyDelete
Items from the past help to understand the history.ReplyDelete
Look at all those people out enjoying the day!ReplyDelete
Very interesting visit, William !ReplyDelete
I must get up there to visit some of these great spots that you show us, William. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Lots of amazing creativity ^_^ReplyDelete
Happy Day to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
I enjoyed this series of pictures. Happy Canada Day! :-)ReplyDelete
Looks like lots of people attended this fantastic event.ReplyDelete
Great exhibition. I love the maquette!ReplyDelete
This would be well worth a visit!ReplyDelete
What a lot of people to wander among!ReplyDelete
@Maywyn: it is.ReplyDelete
@Marleen: it was.
@Barbara: they did indeed.
@Red: quite true.
@Sharon: it was busy.
@Karl: that it was.
@RedPat: if so, let me know.
@Carol: there was.
@DJan: thank you.
@Tamago: so do I.
@Jeanie: it was.
No end to things to see.ReplyDelete
Hi William, forgot to say happy Canada Day, enjoy your day ✨ReplyDelete