The Group of Seven at 100 at the McMichael
Curatorial Talk “A Like Vision”: The Group of Seven at 100
Saturday, January 25, 2020 | 2 pm
To commemorate the centenary of the Group of Seven’s first formal exhibition, which opened in Toronto in the spring of 1920, Executive Director Ian Dejardin has assembled a landmark exhibition that draws deeply on the McMichael’s collection of work by the Group to cast new light on a band of artists who considered themselves united by “a like vision” for Canadian art. This very special curatorial talk will kick off a year of celebrations at the McMichael, and will explore the fascinating history of the Group as well as the stories of lesser-known members—all pioneers of a bold Canadian vision that changed everything.
Free with admission. Registration required.
Traveling from Downtown Toronto?
Hop on our round-trip transportation from 80 Spadina Ave.
Spaces are limited. Book your tickets at mcmichael.com/artbus.
The McMichael is home to iconic Canadian art including works by the Group of Seven, Tom Thomson, Indigenous, Métis, Inuit and contemporary artists. While you’re here, explore 100 acres of woodland and hiking trails in the Humber River Valley, wander the Sculpture Garden, dine in the café, and shop Canadian-made gifts in the Gallery Shop.
Visit mcmichael.com for details and information about other exciting exhibitions, programs and classes at the McMichael.
McMichael Canadian Art Collection
10365 Islington Avenue
Kleinburg, Ontario, Canada, L0J 1C0
Open daily, 10 am to 5 pm
905.893.1121 or toll-free 1.888.213.1121
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