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Presenting the 2023 World Press Photo Contest global winners. Introducing this year’s global winners – the World Press Photo of the Year, Story of the Year, Long-Term Project Award, and Open Format Award – highlighting the climate crisis, community, war’s impact on civilians, and the importance of press photography around the world.

Discover the winning works: 2023 Contest global winners announced (


Pascal Normand:

Vraiment très fier de voir l'oeuvre AMALGAME MONTRÉAL sélectionnée par le jury de l'exposition internationale 2023 de la Société des Artistes Canadiens! 800 propositions, parmi lesquelles 175 œuvres d'art du monde entier ont été acceptées dans l'exposition.

Really proud to see the work AMALGAME MONTREAL selected by the jury of the international exhibition 2023 of the Society of Canadian Artists! 800 proposals, among which 175 works of art from around the world were accepted in the exhibition.

2023 SAC Exposition internationale ouverte en ligne avec jury - Société des artistes canadiens (


Douglas Hood Photography at Art Works Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

Douglas Hood – Art Works Gallery (

Doug’s web site:


Other events:

The 2023 edition of the South Asian Film Festival in Montreal and Saguenay.

Festival events:


McGill Library launches Missing Voices Website & Lost Voices Podcast.

[Family group cutting rushes? at river] Symonds, Mary. 1801-1808. Reproduced by permission of The SADACC Trust, Norwich.

McGill Library launches Missing Voices Website & Lost Voices Podcast – Library Matters


The Making of Moments in Time.

Moments in Time – Instantporels is a visually stunning card game. Players can test their knowledge of history and their deductive skills with this chronological card game. Each moment in time is illustrated by an item in the McGill Library collections. Players must try to place their event cards at the correct moment in time. The principle is simple, quick, and very playable.

Read more: The Making of Moments in Time – Library Matters (


A Deep Dive into the Moshe Safdie Archive.

Safdie, Moshe. (ca. 1964) [Sketch of Habitat ’67, perspective view]. Moshe Safdie Archive (CAC 28-100-24), McGill University, Montreal, Quebec. Courtesy Safdie Architects.

The story of Moshe Safdie’s professional practice and student works can be found in his archive. Now this incredible body of work has made its way home to where it all started – McGill. Tellina Liu, Archivist & liaison librarian for the Moshe Safdie Archive, walks us through past, present, and future moments of engagement with the collection.

Read more: A Deep Dive into the Moshe Safdie Archive – Library Matters (


Happenings in NDG:

NDG Porchfest - May 20 and 21, 2023.


NDG Art Hop - May 27 and 28, 2023.


City tours with Heritage Montreal:

For all the info and registration:


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