Friday, May 6, 2016
Friday, June 24, 2016 | 19:00 - 23:00
ROM Friday Night Live, Toronto's most unique social destination, will be back April 29 to celebrate #ROMInk. Join us for a night of drinks, food, and live music - all while dancing among our fossils and rubbing elbows with history.
In this engaging and personal documentary, filmmaker Alethea Arnaquq-Baril examines the lost practice of tattooing amongst Inuit women in Northern Canada. Following the screening, Arnaquq-Baril will be joined by Inuit Activist and recipient of the Order of
Friday, June 24, 2016 | 13:30 - 15:30
Meet other parents and caregivers and enjoy adult learning and conversation in a baby-friendly atmosphere at the ROM!
Explore the origins of Monotheistic traditions in this day-long workshop. From Mesopotamia and Egypt, to the World of Pompeii, the ROM's galleries and hands-on collections will inspire you to delve deep into the ancient origins of the Jewish tradition.
Please call the Programs Department at 416.586.5797 to be placed on the waiting list.
FREE with RSVP
Tickets available to Members April 28.
Tickets available to General Public April 30.
Free. Included with Museum Admission.
In one of Toronto’s largest cemeteries, we will stroll through a beautiful landscape and enjoy the stories of people who were influential in the growth of Toronto during the Victorian era. We will explore symbols of that time on the monuments and mausoleums.
Four hundred years ago in Japan, male youths, called wakashu, were the objects of sexual desire for women and men.
Join internationally renowned scholar Joshua Mostow as he explores the roles of gender, sexuality and erotic art in Japanese culture, from the Edo period and beyond.