Canada and art in the nude

On March 27 2015 something special and good happened in Canada. At THEMUSEUM in Kitchener, Ontario there was the first nude art exhibition.

Meaning that the visitors were naked. Just like the Naked Van Gogh exhibition in Amsterdam that took place last year, this was a first. I am sorry I wasn’t there but hopping over to Canada just wasn’t in the wallet this time. 😉

The news about this exhibition came to my attention via tweets from the Bare Oaks family naturist park in Canada who were very excited about this exhibition – of course. It’s not every day that a museum offers the opportunity to do this.

I hope this was not a one time occasion. Naturists should be offered more options to visit artistic and cultural venues in their natural way of life. It’s also a great way to encourage the clothed public to give this a try.

(Photos by Michael Willems, found on Tumblr.)

Author: Paul

Simply someone who likes and promotes the clothes-free lifestyle.

3 thoughts on “Canada and art in the nude”

    1. Let’s hope so. Growing that awareness is one of the reasons for this site and the books on naturism that I write. And I’m glad there are more people engaged in that manner.

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