Cross Cut exhibit on display at the Museum of Lennox & Addington

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One of the best things about the Museum of Lennox & Addington in Napanee is that there’s a fresh feel every time you visit. You don’t always get that at a museum. Here, there are always topical events and programming happening throughout the year, as well as interesting, relevant displays that are updated regularly.

The newest exhibit on display is no exception. Cross Cut: Folk Songs of Early Ontario, showcases is a series of linocuts created by visual artist Rob Niezen. The series “reflects on the narrative of the songs with a contemporary perspective by applying the concept of ‘crosscutting’, a technique borrowed from film editing.”

While exploring the display, museum visitors with smartphones can scan QR codes to listen to the folk songs that inspired each of the linocuts. Pretty cool stuff.

Cross Cut will be featured until the end of May. Learn more about this display and other exhibits coming soon. The Museum of Lennox & Addington is open Monday – Saturday from 10am – 5pm.

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