DEIFENBUNKER ART EXHIBIT OPENS IN OTTAWA

Nov 09, 2015

By April Anderson

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A depiction of daily operations in the armed forces is the focus of a new art exhibit in Ottawa.  It opens today at the Deifenbunker Cold War Museum in Ottawa.

The exhibit is called Group Six; The Canadian Forces Artists Program 2012-2013, and portrays the armed forces at home and abroad.

Some of the artists were deployed with the forces, while others visited offices and historic sites.

The exhibit is open until January 31st.

The Diefenbunker was built between 1959 and 1961 to house Canadian leaders during a nuclear attack but now serves as Canada’s Cold War Museum.   The Diefenbunker was nicknamed after then Prime Minister John Diefenbaker.
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