A Place of Pride

On Sunday September 22nd, Moriyama & Teshima Architects celebrated the opening of the ‘A Place of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre’ exhibit at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre.

Raymond Moriyama inaugurated the exhibition with a tour of the Noor Cultural Centre at 123 Wynford Drive, which was originally home to the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre. Friends and family of the architectural community later gathered at the new Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre where the exhibition formally opened and celebrated Raymond’s upcoming 90th birthday.

The exhibition will run until January 2020.

To learn more about the JCCC and to attend the exhibit, please click here.

 


Photo credit: Pooya Aledavood

 



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