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Elaine Steinberg has been nurturing her garden on three inhospitable acres of land in Vaudreuil-Dorion, Que., for the past quarter-century. It is the home she shares with her husband, Marcel Braitstein, an esteemed sculptor, and the scene of many family memories.
It’s an unusual friendship between two men who couldn’t seem more different. One is an octogenarian sculptor who came to Canada after surviving the horrors of the Holocaust. The other is a decades younger Iranian Muslim filmmaker.
A little-known private sculpture garden in Vaudreuil-Dorion is opening its doors this Sunday for the first in a series of public programs designed to seed support for arts and culture in the region.