Last night, over 400 people showed up at the VIP event for a preview of Swallowing Mountains, Karen Tam’s exhibit at the McCord Stewart Museum. The wine flowed, speeches were given and then the guests eagerly made their way up to the 3rd floor. It was great to connect with people I hadn’t seen since pre-COVID.
The exhibit is made up of items from the museum’s archives, Karen’s artwork, and photos from families in the Chinese community, including mine. Be sure to pop down to the museum before August 13th and have a look. It’s a great way to learn about Montreal’s Chinese community. https://www.musee-mccord-stewart.ca/en/exhibitions/swallowing-mountains-karen-tam/
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Looks like an interesting exhibit — wish I could see it. You’ve now been exhibited twice by her. Great job. ________________________________
Wonderful. Wish I could have attended.
All the very,very best to you, Day’s and to Karen..
Hope to hear from you!
I would loved to attend but my mobility has deteriorated, markedly.