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Lecture Series :: 2015 - 2016

The 2016 Fall Lecture Series 

Please join us this Fall for another entertaining and informative lineup of speakers.

Thurs, 29 Sept, 2016: Play Hard, Fight Hard: Sport and the Canadian Military

Lecturer: TMM Curator Rory Cory, Janene Holman, MA

Rory Cory and Janene Holman takes audiences in for a detailed look at the ground breaking exhibit. Play Hard, Fight Hard explores the relationship between sports and military service, and how the concepts of leadership, teamwork, fitness, and tactical planning are shared between the two worlds.

This talk will include a guided tour of the exhibition.

Tuesday, 4 Oct, 2016: CTF-150: Maritime Security And Counter Terrorism In The Middle East

Lecturer: Captain Bill Quinn

Captain Bill Quinn will discuss Canada’s participation in the multi-national counter terrorism task force CTF 150, focusing on maritime security operations across the Red Sea, Gulf of Aden, Arabian Sea, Gulf of Oman and Indian Ocean. This task force has influenced events ashore by denying international terrorists the use of the seas as a venue for attack or for transporting personnel, weapons, or other illicit material.

Royal Canadian Navy Captain Bill Quinn recently returned from service in the Middle East region with Combined Task Force 150 and will discuss his experience, and Canada’s contribution to the operation.

NOTE: This lecture is on a Tuesday.

Thurs, 13 Oct, 2016: The Art of Command: Portraits and Posters From Canada’s Afghan Mission

Lecturer: Lindsey Sharman, Art Curator for The Founders’ Gallery at The Military Museums

The Art of Command: Portraits and Posters from Canada’s Afghan Mission is a solo exhibition by Gertrude Kearns, Canada’s leading contemporary war artist.

The Art of Command is a reflection of the effects war has on those who call the shots on the front lines. It takes viewers—military and civilian alike—on an emotional journey, through the presentation of fearless, self-assured and ruthlessly honest portraits of military subjects.

This talk will include a tour of the exhibition.

Canadian Legacy Project

All lectures are held in the Canadian Legacy Project Theatre. The Canadian Legacy Project is a proud sponsor of education programs provided by The Military Museums Foundation. Its mission is to support and recognize our Canadian Veterans and mobilize collective action in celebrating those who have fought for the freedoms we as Canadians enjoy today.

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