Discover ground breaking research and fascinating advances in art, culture, and nature as our experts share their cutting edge work in this engaging series of daytime lectures.
Free with Museum Admission.
11:00 am - 12:00 pm Lecture in Eaton Theatre
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Coffee, Tea & Treats in Theatre Rotunda
12:30 pm - 1:15 pm Exhibit Visit with Introductory Remarks, where appropriate
(see individual dates for details)
Note: Assistive listening devices and American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation are available on request. ASL interpretation requires three weeks advance notice. Please email email@example.com to request the service.
Join Craig Cipolla, ROM curator for Vikings: The Exhibition, presented by Raymond James Ltd., as he discusses the making of this exciting exhibition, and explores Viking culture and history through archaeological materials.
Explore a fascinating array of fashion publications in the ROM Library & Archives that relate directly to Christian Dior (1905-1957), as well as periodicals that would have served as inspiration for his work.
Find out how archaeologists are handling the challenges posed by warfare, and some unexpected outcomes that have emerged from these catastrophic situations.
Join John Holmes as he reveals how Darwin's reading of John Milton's Paradise Lost on his famous voyage aboard the HMS Beagle shaped his vision of the natural world, and how poetry written under Darwin's star can help us understand what it means to live as a part of the world he discovered.
Join visual storytellers, David Coulson and Samantha Stephens, for fascinating stories that illustrate the work being done to understand and protect our natural environment.
This engaging and captivating session takes you into the world of Métis oral history and traditional storytelling.