‘Utopia Unveiled: Intentional Communities in the Kootenays’ exhibition opening

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‘Utopia Unveiled: Intentional Communities in the Kootenays’ exhibition opening

July 5 @ 7:00 pm9:00 pm PDT

Free

The history of communal living is the subject of Utopia Unveiled: Intentional Communities in the Kootenays, the latest history exhibition at the Nelson Museum, Archives & Gallery, which opens Friday, July 5 at 7pm and runs through September 28. Utopia Unveiled features artifacts, photographs, and stories from the Shawn Lamb Archives and the Doukhobor Discovery Centre, as well as many contributions from community members. A new documentary film produced by the Museum will also be screened throughout the show, featuring interviews with people reflecting on their story.

Details

Date:
July 5
Time:
7:00 pm–9:00 pm PDT
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://nelsonmuseum.ca/exhibitions/utopia-unveiled-intentional-communities-in-the-kootenays/

Venue

Nelson Museum, Archives & Gallery
502 Vernon Street
Nelson, V1L 4E7 Canada
Phone
250-352-9813
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Organizer

Nelson Museum, Archives & Gallery
Phone
2503529813
Email
info@nelsonmuseum.ca
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