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Tate Britain Migrations expo

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Tate Explores Role Of Migrations In British Art

Tate Britain’s Migrations brings together an engaging collection of works from over a period of 500 years.

From the sixteenth and seventeenth century Flemish and Dutch landscape and still-life painters who came to Britain in search of new patrons, through moments of political and religious unrest, to Britain’s current position within the global landscape, the exhibition will reveal how British art has been fundamentally shaped by successive waves of migration.

31 January – 12 August 2012


“Migrant” of Maxine Trottier – illustrated book for children

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author Maxine Trottier
illustrator Isabelle Arsenault
Publisher: Groundwood
Page count: 40 pp.

Lyrical prose and creative illustrations speak to the imaginations of young children, communicating some of the hardships and disappointments that Anna and her family experience. A detailed author’s note speaks to the wisdom of parents and teachers, helping them to further teach young learners about the rights of migrant workers to decent working and living conditions. Separating this work from other children’s books about migration and work is the focus on Mexico’s Mennonite community and the issues faced by some of its members in Canada and Mexico.

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