Sir Arthur Currie Travelling Exhibit
Now accepting bookings!
Museum Strathroy-Caradoc has developed a travelling exhibition that highlights the extraordinary life and military career of Strathroy-area native Sir Arthur Currie. Thanks to support from the Museum Assistant Program via the Department of Canadian Heritage, the Museum has developed this exhibit and made it available for circulation to host museums starting in January 2014.
Drawing from sources and materials relevant to his early life in rural Strathroy, Ontario, the exhibit considers the influence of his youth on his remarkable rise through the ranks from a militia gunner before the First World War, to become the first Canadian commander of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. The exhibit traces the humble roots of Canada's greatest military commander and celebrates his achievements and legacy as a source of national pride.
The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada Regimental Museum and Archives. Located within Casa Loma, 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto. January 9 - March 4, 2017.
Musée Héritage Museum. St Albert Place, 5 St Anne Street, St Albert, Alberta. March 27 - June 11, 2017.
- The Life and Legacy of Arthur Currie
- Early Life in Napperton, Ontario
- Businessman & Gentleman Solider
- The Great War for Civilization
- Currie the Tactician
- Currie & His Troops
- Postwar Life
- Legacy of Sir Arthur Currie
The exhibit will include:
- 6 display cases
- 8 pop-up interpretive banners
- 3 life-size cut out figures
- 1 education kit
Approximately 1000 square feet.
Booking Period and Fees
- 8-week minimum booking
- $800 plus shipping
- $80 for each additional week