War Through Her Eyes

The National Gallery of Canada and the Art Canada Institute invite you to a lecture on Paraskeva Clark and Canada’s Women Military Painters.

LEFT: Paraskeva Clark seated on a wicker chair, c. 1932–33. Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa. RIGHT: Paraskeva Clark, Maintenance Jobs in the Hangar # 6, Trenton RCAF, Station, 1945, Canadian War Museum, Ottawa.

In honour of Remembrance Day, join Christine Boyanoski, author of the new online art book Paraskeva Clark: Life & Work, for a lecture on how this remarkable artist and other women war painters documented Canada’s military action and changed the country’s cultural landscape. Dr. Boyanoski will be in conversation with Charles C. Hill, former National Gallery of Canada Curator of Canadian Art, and Sara Angel, Founder and Executive Director of the Art Canada Institute.


6:00 PM, Thursday, November 10, 2016

National Gallery of Canada
380 Sussex Drive, Ottawa


FREE ADMISSION. To reserve a seat, please RSVP at: rsvp@aci-iac.ca.


We would like to thank our sponsors for their generous support.