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Fall exhibitions are open! Admission is always free. 

Enjoy the IMC's exhibitions until 8 pm on Wednesdays with our new extended evening hours.

Plus, learn more on a guided tour! Drop-in docent-led tours meet in the IMC's Great Hall on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 1:30 pm. Free, and no reservation required.

What's on

Young people carrying flags ride on top of a car in Prague.

Stories from the Picture Press: Black Star Publishing Co. & The Canadian Press

September 13, 2023–April 6, 2024
Main Gallery
Curators: Paul Roth, Gaëlle Morel and Rachel Verbin

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A black and white photo of a backlit miner working underground.

Louie Palu: Cage Call

September 13–December 9, 2023
University Gallery
Curator: Gaëlle Morel

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Su Rynard: As Soon As Weather Will Permit

September 13–December 9, 2023
Salah J. Bachir New Media Wall
Guest Curator: Alexandra Gooding

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Bahar Kamali: Banovan

September 13–October 21, 2023
Student Gallery

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Hilmar Pabel, Untitled [Youngsters protesting after the invasion of Czechoslovakia by five countries of the Warsaw Pact (the USSR, Hungary, Bulgaria, East Germany, and Poland), Prague, Czechoslovakia], 1968, gelatin silver print. The Black Star Collection, The Image Centre


Louie Palu, Completion of drilling a breast in a shrinkage stope, 700 foot level, Cheminis Gold Mine, Larder Lake, Ontario, from the series Cage Call, 1996 (printed 2005), gelatin silver print © Louie Palu, courtesy of Stephen Bulger Gallery


Su Rynard, As Soon As Weather Will Permit (still), 2014, two-channel video. Courtesy of V/Tape and Paul Petro Contemporary Art


Bahar Kamali, Glemo, 2020, inkjet print. Courtesy of the artist