What's New at TMM :: Exhibits and Events
The From Vimy to Juno Travelling Exhibit provides an opportunity for Canadians of all ages to learn about Canada’s role in the First and Second World Wars. It draws parallels between the two wars and examines Canada as a nation from 1914 to 1945.
The exhibit will be visiting museums, community centres, libraries, and schools from Coast-to-Coast in 2016 and early 2017. It will be on display at The Military Museums from July 30th to August 28th!
The Founders' gallery
Play Hard, Fight Hard: Sport in the Canadian Military
1 July 2016 to 13 November 2016
Play Hard, Fight Hard is a ground-breaking exhibit that explores the relationship between sports and military service and how concepts like teamwork, leadership, physical fitness, and tactical planning are shared between the two worlds.
Play Hard, Fight Hard was created in partnership between The Military Museums (TMM) and Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame (CSHoF), and will be on display in The Founders’ Gallery at TMM from 1 July to 13 November 2016.
July 4-October 30, 2016
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. This exhibition examines the roles of specific highly ranked individuals who not only fought in but commanded Canada’s war in Afghanistan.
Her work focuses on the complexities and consequences of military command in challenging situations, and reveals the inner struggles of those at the Afghan operation’s highest levels.
This exhibition is not mere homage to Canada’s mission in Afghanistan; it’s a reflection of the effects war has on those who call the shots on the front lines. The Art of Command takes viewers—military and civilian alike—on an emotional journey, through the presentation of fearless, self-assured and ruthlessly honest portraits of military subjects.
The AFMSA Cold War Exhibit features three iconic aircraft, a F-86 Sabre, a CF-104 Starfighter and a CF-18 Hornet.
First World War Uniforms
The Victor Taboika Exhibit of First World War Uniforms is currently on display in the Cooper-Key Hall.
Permanent Exhibits at TMM
The HMCS Huron Screw was unveiled at The Military Museums' on Sunday, 3 June 2012. The monument is dedicated to the men and women who worked in the boiler and engine rooms of the warships of the Royal Canadian Navy during the 20th Century.
The Naval Museum of Alberta
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