ROM Canada

Canada’s heritage is one of diverse cultures and deep roots, originally defined by Aboriginal cultures and subsequently by English and French arrivals, and later by a mosaic of international immigration. ROM Canada is unique, focusing on culture and nature, while encouraging interpretations of Canada based on the convergence of both. Explore the development of Canadian identity and Canadian-ness in the context of place and climate through centuries of changing technologies and symbols.
ROM Canada explores our culture and nature.

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Category: Blog Post
Huron pottery from ROM's New World Archaeology collection

Back in October, we posted the first in a series of blog entries dedicated to ROM curator, Craig Cipolla’s collaborative research project with Wyandot artists Richard Zane Smith and Catherine Tammaro entitled, “Remembering Ancient Pottery Traditions.” We encourage readers to look...

Category: Event
Indigenous Art.  Photo courtesy of the Kinsman Robinson Gallery.

Explore the art of Canada’s First People in this unique boutique tour.

Category: Event

Reflection upon the writings of Henry David Thoreau in association with the Inuit narrative of Sedna—Mother of the Sea Beasts—underscores the philosophy of the First Peoples Gallery and its multi-layered presentation of world view.