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Monday, May 10 • 4:45pm - 6:15pm
Society Circle (by invitation)

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Society Circle donors will receive an invitation to attend this reception. Our special guest speaker is Julian Armstrong, journalist and Quebec food writer.

About Julian Armstrong: As a veteran reporter and cookbook author Julian Armstrong has been reporting on food for newspapers for the better part of five decades and has covered everything from gastronomy and food prices, from nutrition to food safety. She was food editor of the Montreal Star and then of the Montreal Gazette, including three weekly columns. But Armstrong is happiest writing about Quebec cuisine, where the latest developments in food and drink and centuries-old culinary traditions co-exist in harmony in a province in which residents carry on an enduring love affair with food that is perhaps unique in the world. From the Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean area to Charlevoix, from the Îles de la Madeleine to the upper Laurentians to the Beauce, Armstrong has researched the ways in which the original dishes of settlers from France have been adapted.
Armstrong is the author of Made In Quebec: A Culinary Journey (HarperCollins, 2014) and A Taste of Quebec (Macmillan, 1990, updated in 2001). She is a founding member of the Association of Food Journalists and of the Cuisine Canada culinary alliance (now known as Taste Canada) and she has judged countless chefs’ contests.

About Society Circle: The Society Circle was formed in 2003 to serve as the Society's fundraising organization. Anyone who donates to ARLIS/NA is automatically part of the Society’s giving circle. Society Circle members directly support the mission of ARLIS/NA through their contributions. A list of donation levels and benefits is on the Donate Now page.Your donations help support all areas of ARLIS/NA, including speaker awards for the annual conference, and internship award, and a study tour scholarship.




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Pierre B. Landry

CPAC Chair of Development, Historien de l’art
I am a freelance art historian living in Quebec City. I'm currently working on a book about Canadian artist Jean Paul Riopelle. I was formerly head of Collection and Information Management at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Québec, and associate curator of Canadian... Read More →
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Gregory P.J. Most

Chief, Department of Image Collections, Library, National Gallery of Art
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Amy Trendler

Architecture Librarian, University Libraries Ball State University, ARLIS/NA President

Speakers
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Julian Armstrong

Journalist and Quebec Food Writer
Photo credit: Jacques Laurent


Monday May 10, 2021 4:45pm - 6:15pm EDT