Souterrain Impressions exhibit announced for April 2016

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Westmount, Quebec, 25 February 2016 – The RMR Museum is pleased to announce that it will be hosting CANADIGM’s “Souterrain Impressions” exhibition during the month of April 2016.

To be located on the RMR’s parade square, the Souterrain Impressions exhibit is made up of 20 self-standing ‘modules’, each highlighting one carving and the soldier who created it, along with an interactive multimedia kiosk, wall maps, graphic panels depicting the life of a typical Canadian leading up to the First World War, and “touch & feel” display panels that duplicate carvings for a tactile experience.  Each module contains one or more of the reproduced images or carvings, protected in an enclosed Lexan display case. Included are photos of the soldiers who created them (wherever possible) and short biographies.

Details are available on the exhibit webpage.

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