November 16, 2022 at 6:00 am
The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery (JNAAG) will present two lectures this month to complement the first in a series of exhibitions launched to mark a major milestone.
Earlier this month, JNAAG celebrated its 10th anniversary at the historic Thom Building with the launch of a series called “Re View.” The first exhibition looks back at the history of the building.
Those interested in attending live lectures, Arts and Creativity, pre-registration is required.
“Art & Ideas is a series of live discussions focused on expanding the
A current exhibition or artwork in the JNAAG permanent collection,” the media report read.
The first lecture will be led by Archivist Nicole Aszalos on Thursday, November 17th at 7pm, where Aszalos will review the evolution of photographs and how to preserve them for future generations.
The second lecture is given by Heritage Planner
Jack Mallon On Thursday, November 24th at 7pm, Mallon will discuss how the 1953 tornado affected the protection of Sarnia’s Victorian buildings and the Thom Building.
Both lectures are free to attend.