The McCord's Inside Stories
Tuesday, October 2 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Façades of a Thousand and One Stories
The McCord’s Inside Stories
The McCord’s Inside Stories presents a lecture in conjunction with Montreal Storefronts, the photography exhibition on McGill College Avenue. By examining the window displays and printed materials that make up commercial storefronts, researchers discovered consumer goods, people and anecdotes that tell stories of Montreal.
This presentation of photographs from the McCord Museum’s collection will be jointly led by Hélène Samson and Nathalie Houle.
About the Lecturers
- Hélène Samson, PhD, is Curator, Photography, and has curated the McGill College Avenue exhibition since 2007.
- Nathalie Houle, MA, is an art historian and researcher who worked on the exhibitions Notman: A Visionary Photographer (2016-2017) and Montreal Storefronts (2018).
Free activity. That talks in French will conclude with a bilingual question period, followed by tea offered by DAVIDs TEA.
Location: J.A. Bombardier Theatre at the McCord Museum
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The McCord’s Inside Stories. In this lecture series, the McCord Museum’s curators and other specialists explore the stories behind the Museum’s rich, diverse collections.
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