ROM changed my life by giving me the opportunity to volunteer at the Biodiversity Gallery. A dream come true. I got to work and meet some very talented and dedicated people and my life was made better for it. I was able to write articles for the Gallery's newsletter sharing adventures and...
The ROM acquires a new van. Did it visit your town?
The launch of what has become a popular annual fundraising event. Curators enjoy lying and attendees are fascinated by the challenges they are given. The proceeds from the first one go to support the web site.which has been launched without extra funding.
Since the doors officially opened on March 19, 1914, 5 million visitors have walked through the galleries.
Following the opening of ROM's doors on March 19, 1914, 17 million visitors have walked through the galleries. In a decade, attendance has grown by 6 million visitors.
At the groundbreaking for the crystal, Hilary Weston and Michael Lee Chin get to drive the shovel.
Young Patron's Circle hosts the inaugural party called PROM in the tradition of excellent parties.
As a Centennial project (Canada's 100th) Toronto school children raise funds for a protoceratops specimen. Publicity for this project is typical of the new ways of community building.
Demolition of the Terrace Galleries requires that the lions move to the Queen's Park frontage, where they may be seen today.
These two fisheye lens images make a study in ROM evolution