Vanguard Exhibit Opens

Published July 7, 2017 by A.J.B. Johnston

The exhibit entitled “Vanguard: 150 Years of Remarkable Nova Scotians” opened at the Nova Scotia Museum (1740 Summer Street in Halifax, NS) on June 28. Its last day will be October 15, 2017. The exhibit is, in my view, an antidote to some of what is going on in the world. It shows that remarkable things can be achieved by women and men who have good values and ideas who are willing to persevere to see them through, regardless of any barriers. Maybe, just maybe, there is greatness in all of us. That is the power of the examples set by these remarkable Nova Scotians during the past century and a half.

I am delighted with the look of the exhibit I researched and wrote, and I am totally impressed by the installation Artist-in-Residence Miro Davis created to go along with the exhibit.
Here are a few photos of the installation that was underway early in the day on June 28.

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