Two photography exhibits of the world’s polar regions, both featuring images that have been published in Canadian Geographic in the last 83 years, will be drawing the attention of visitors to the capitals of Canada and the United States this summer.

The Accessible Arctic exhibit, created and curated by the Canadian Museum of Nature, will show its collection of 35 Arctic photos at the Embassy of Canada art gallery in Washington, D.C., until Aug. 30.

Images from Canadian Geographic’s recent Cold Snap contest, showcasing photography from the Arctic and Antarctic, meanwhile, will be on display during the International Club of Rome’s annual meeting, which will take place in Ottawa from Sept. 18 to 21. For more information, visit cacor.ca.