If we ever needed a good example of how the sum of a product is greater then its’ parts, we need to look no further then the Cape Farewell Photography Exhibit. Through the hard work of countless people, the British Council office in Ottawa, the voyagers and staff of the Cape Farewell voyage, and then the follow up phone calls and edits, the photography exhibit is currently on a Canadian tour.
It will be exhibited at 8 Legislative Assemblies across Canada and Parliament Hill in May. This means that a Climate Change exhibit and event is taking place in the halls where it can affect those that make the decisions. I think that that is exciting.
On a side note, when your images are shown on Parliament Hill, I think that you get to become a ‘Nationally Acclaimed’ Photographer.
Cape Farewell Photography Exhibit – pan-Canadian tour dates
Monday March 6 – Monday March 16 – Northwest Territories LA
Monday March 9-Tuesday March 31 – Saskatchewan LA
Monday April 20-Friday May 15 – Prince Edward Island LA (reception Wednesday April 22, 12:00-1:00)
Tuesday April 21-Friday May 15 – Yukon LA (reception Tuesday April 21, 11:00-12:00) (end date TBC)
Monday May 4 – Friday May 30 – Manitoba LA
Monday May 4 – Friday May 30 – Johnson GEO Centre (St. John’s, Newfoundland)
Tuesday May 26 – Parliament Hill (one day event only – 5:00-7:00)
Monday June 3 – Friday August 28 – Nunavut LA (dates TBC)
Monday August 17-Friday September 11 – British Columbia LA (dates TBC)