Talking Walls: Women in Canadian Politics

Details: Ottawa-based artist Gabe Thirlwall’s politically-inspired work will fill the halls of Hart House for the first month of the semester. Browse the history of women in politics to see examples both inspiring and amusing of the impact of female politicians on Canadian decision-making. The brains behind the celebrated Political Circus satirical puppet collection, Thirlwall has been featured in U of T Magazine and the Montreal Gazette as an important contributor to politically-centered art in Canada.


To see more examples of Thirlwall’s work, check her out on Facebook.


When: January 2014
Where: Main Level, Hart House
Cost: Free


Pixelated maple leafThis event is presented as part of the 2014 Hart House Hancock Lecture. For information about the lecture, and other related programming, click here.


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