Janet Carding reflects on issues specific to the ROM, especially space and growth.
William Thorsell credits the people and the climate that made the project possible for the ROM and for Toronto.
Janet Carding describes what next year can mean to the role of the ROM in Toronto.
Here is one of the tents with the opening title displayed.
Dan Rahimi revisits the exhibition, reflects on the major changes it brought about, and explains what the ROM is doing this year to balance the scales. The full catalogue is accessible from this site (see the story "Into the Heart of Africa".)
Jim Cruise tells about some ups and downs. The Queen's visit was a peak experience. In the Georgian Canada exhibition, which artifact did she like the best?
In the opinion of Dan Rahimi, the ROM as an institution has evolved. He uses the example of a new book to illustrate what the future can bring.
The ROM commissioned a Dior dress for the exhibition "BIG". Here is how it is received upon arrival.
William Thorsell talks about some surprises that contributed to the costs of Renaissance ROM.
Robert Barnett relates his varied career path, starting in childhood.