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Upcoming Exhibitions

Upcoming exhibitions at PAMA include:

Remember | Resist | Redraw: A Radical History Poster Project

Illustration of words Remember Resist Redraw arranged vertically, surrounded by many small green leaves and small purple berriesAug. 2 - Oct. 21
Tunnel Gallery

This project from the Graphic History Collective features works by artists and writers committed to promoting art, activism, and radical history in what is today known as Canada.

The words Graphic History Collective arranged veritcally, beside a black five-pointed star. Below that are the words Illustrate, Educate, Organize
Remember | Resist | Redraw posters offer different perspectives on historical events and highlight histories of Indigenous peoples, women, workers, and the oppressed that are often overlooked or marginalized in mainstream historical accounts.

Caring Across Boundaries: A Photography Exhibition

Images of several First Nations children holding signs that describe what they want to do when they grow upSept. 29 - Jan. 6, 2019
Museum Main Level

Opening Event: Saturday, Sept. 29, 2 - 4 p.m.
(Culture Days free admission)


Logo of First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada. Purple, blue and black circle with hands encircling a crow holding an egg which contains a human fetus.
Discover some positive ways to be engaged in Reconciliation in the Caring Across Boundaries exhibition.
Curated by Aboriginal child rights advocate Cindy Blackstock, it features Liam Sharp's photographs of daily life in three First Nations Communities. Produced by the First Nations Child & Family
Image:  Liam Sharp

War's End: Peel Stories of World War I

A group of WWI soldiers stand with their gear, on a platform in Lorne Park, Mississauga, waiting for a train, around 1915. Arthur E. Luker fondsNov. 10 - Fall 2019
Museum Main Level

In November 1918, families across Peel rejoiced, and mourned, when World War I ended. Explore firsthand accounts, photographs, documents, art, and artifacts which provide a powerful glimpse into the impact of the war on daily life a century ago.

Image: Soldiers heading off to war, Lorne Park, Mississauga, around 1915. Arthur E. Luker fonds