This intimate display showcases the pictorial responses of three nineteenth-century women – Anna Jameson, a traveler; Susanna Moodie, a settler; and Alice Killaly, a native-born resident – to their Canadian experiences. Augmenting the earlier works, the art of Ruth Abernethy provides a contemporary lens onto the role of women in settler society. ROM graphics expert Margo Thompson designed the show, hung by Susan Ventura and the graphic signage installed by Screen Art.
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