Tem­ple of Art

The Na­tional Gallery of Canada is a strik­ing land­mark that houses time­less art

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The Na­tional Gallery of Canada is a visual arts mu­seum of in­ter­na­tional stature with art rang­ing from the Mid­dles Ages to the con­tem­po­rary. The award-win­ning build­ing of glass and gran­ite is home to some of Canada’s most em­i­nent works and the des­ti­na­tion of tour­ing and spe­cial ex­hi­bi­tions of ma­jor col­lec­tions and ret­ro­spec­tives. Start­ing Sept. 28, An­thro­pocene dis­plays films and pho­tos ex­am­in­ing hu­man­ity’s im­pact on the planet and, open­ing Oct. 12, Hal­i­fax

Har­bour 1918 fea­tures post-war paint­ings by Harold Gil­man and Arthur Lis­mer. Don’t miss the bril­liant metal works, both reli­gious and do­mes­tic, of Cana­dian mas­ter sil­ver­smith Lau­rent

Amiot, on dis­play un­til Sept. 23. 380 Sus­sex Dr., gallery.ca

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