THROUGH THE EYES OF COMMUNITY | 150 YEARS OF OTTAWA’S HISTORY
1, ruelle Canal, Ottawa, (Ontario), K1P 5P6
From April 13th till December 23rd, 2018. Through the Eyes of Community: 150 Years of Ottawa’s History explores Ottawa from the early days of Confederation in 1867 to the present. The central theme of the exhibition is community, explored through the eyes of: a farmer, a woman, a veteran, a child, and a new immigrant. It will examine how the role of community has shaped the city of Ottawa into what is it today. This traveling exhibition is presented at the Bytown Museum and was developed by the City of Ottawa with funding from the Museums Assistance Program (MAP) and Canadian Heritage.