Join the Visual Arts Collection for a weekly lunch-time tour of art around the McGill campus

Starting this week, the McGill Visual Arts Collection (VAC) will be offering a weekly free lunch-time tour of the various statues, sculptures and artwork around the McGill campus, including iconic works like Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney’s “The Three Bares.” Leaving from Service Point at noon on Wednesdays, the VAC’s art aficionados will provide a detailed, historical glimpse into the campus’ artworks, their creators and how they came to McGill, providing a deeper appreciating for the works.

The approximately 45-minute tours are open to anybody and everybody, whether you are a past, present or future member of the McGill community or simply interested in learning a little more about the history of the McGill campus and its artwork.

No reservation required. Just stop on by, rain or shine!

Where: Service Point (Street level, McLennan Library Building, 3415 McTavish St.)

When: Noon on Wednesdays


Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney’s “The Three Bares” (Photo by Daisy Charles)


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