CLASS OF ’67, THE CONFEDERATION GENERATION
EXHIBIT CLASS OF ’67, THE CONFEDERATION GENERATION
CLIENT BLACK CREEK PIONEER VILLAGE
LOCATION TORONTO, ON
Black Creek Pioneer Village partnered with HOLMAN to build an exhibit called the Class of ‘67. The exhibit invites visitors to imagine themselves as part of the Class of ‘67 — 1867, that is! The year Canada became a country. What was it like to grow up in the decades leading up to Confederation?
HOLMAN built display cases that showcased 19th-century artifacts and produced large graphic walls featuring historical photographs. HOLMAN also managed the install of the exhibit.