CCA Open House for CEGEPs and Universities

Special event, 5 October, 5–8pm

The Canadian Centre for Architecture invites you to celebrate the beginning of the 2016–2017 academic year with an open house for CEGEP and university professors, as well as university students, on Wednesday, 5 October 2016 from 5 to 8pm. Welcoming you in the Shaughnessy House, the Public Programs team will present the exhibitions, publications, and public programs for the upcoming school year.

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During the evening, you are invited to visit our current exhibitions, 17 Volcanoes: Works by Franz Wilhelm Junghuhn, Armin Linke, and Bas Princen in the Octagonal gallery and Archaeology of the Digital in the Main galleries, with the option of joining guided tours.

Join us for this year’s Open House and discover the wide range of resources available at the CCA.

Program
Check-in starting at 5pm
5:30–6pm: Presentation of public programs and upcoming exhibitions
6–8pm: Exhibition tours of Archaeology of the Digital: Complexity and Convention
6–8pm: Reception and Q&A in the Shaughnessy House

Free admission. Please RSVP at education@cca.qc.ca or +1 (514) 939 7002.

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