The Bushmeat Crisis in Focus: Finding Hope for Great Apes

September 21st, 2011

This September 22-29, the Jane Goodall Institute is pleased to announce that it is holding its first-ever photography exhibition at the Gladstone Gallery, featuring photographs by Jo-Anne McArthur (We Animals) and with a special presentation by Dr. Peter Apell, Program Director for the Jane Goodall Institute Uganda. The exhibition, entitled, The Bushmeat Crisis in Focus: Finding Hope for Great Apes, will be in the gallery space on the second floor of the Gladstone Hotel and we will be hosting a closing night fundraiser on Thursday, September 29th.

Bushmeat Exhibit

Here are the basics:

WHAT: Closing night party – The Bushmeat Crisis in Focus: Finding Hope for Great Apes

WHERE: The Gladstone Gallery, 1214 Queen Street West

WHEN: Thursday, September 29th, 2011

TIME: 6-9 PM

WHY: To raise funds for the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada’s programs here and abroad

TICKETS: $60 ($75 at the door) Tickets can be purchased at www.JaneGoodall.ca or by calling 416 978 3711

INCLUDING:

  • Limited Edition photographs for sale by Jo-Anne McArthur
  • Small Silent Auction
  • Jane Goodall books and merchandise

FEATURING:

  • Jo-Anne McArthur, photographer, We Animals
  • Dr. Peter Apell, JGI Uganda
  • Andrew Westoll, author, The Chimps of Fauna Sanctuary
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