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When Art Meets Fashion: COS x Agnes

When Art Meets Fashion: COS x Agnes

COS × AGNES MARTIN GUGGENHEIM 2016: Martin menswear is added to the ROM collection By Dr. Alexandra Palmer and Clara Puton The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) has recently acquired three menswear pieces from the COS x Agnes Martin capsule collection that was designed to celebrate the Agnes Martin

11 Illustrations Bring the Past Back to Life!

11 Illustrations Bring the Past Back to Life!

Meet Danielle Dufault—she is the Royal Ontario Museum's paleontological illustrator. Danielle’s job requires her to reconstruct or depict prehistoric life according to current knowledge and scientific evidence using several illustrative techniques. Working closely with the researchers

ROM Research: Permian trackways from P.E.I.

ROM Research: Permian trackways from P.E.I.

By Kirstin Brink and Jessica Hawthorn, PhD candidates, University of Toronto Many impressive fossils have been found in eastern Canada: the spectacular Precambrian fossils of Mistaken Point, Newfoundland; the Carboniferous early amniotes (egg-laying vertebrates) from the Joggins Fossil Cliffs, Nova

Biodiversity: It's in Our Nature Announcement

On Monday afternoon, on behalf of the ROM, Janet Carding was pleased to welcome The Honourable Michael Gravelle, Minister of Natural Resources, for the announcement of Biodiversity: It's in Our Nature, the Ontario government’s new biodiversity plan. In addition to various government

David Krause & our FINAL Dinosaur Day!

Just like the non-avian dinosaurs, our Dino Days have come to an end. This Saturday December 8th, marks our last Dinosaur Day of the 2012 season. Majungasaurus  trying to take flight. #forevertrying It’s been a remarkable pleasure to bring world leading palaeontologists out of their work in the

Adventures at Big Fish River

This blog post was written by Dr. Kim Tait, Curator of Mineralogy at the ROM. As the new recipient of the YPC Research Fund, Kim has travelled to the northeastern corner of the Yukon—a remote region rich with minerals called Rapid Creek. Her work builds on the legacy of ROM research on phosphate

The Fruits of our Labour: ROM images in print

The Fruits of our Labour: ROM images in print

It’s always a nice treat to receive publications from clients that license our images. When a book comes in I check to see which page our image is reproduced on, mark the page and record publication details for our records.  Here is a handsome pile of books that include ROM images and will be

Komodo Dragon Preparation, Step Two: To the Bug Cave! I mean, Bug ROOM

Komodo Dragon Preparation, Step Two: To the Bug Cave! I mean, Bug ROOM

Viewer discretion advised. Images depict a Komodo Dragon being dissected as it is prepared for the ROM's collections. Our Komodo Dragon, the newest addition to the Life in Crisis: Schad Gallery of Biodiversity is ready for the next stage in the process of becoming a museum specimen- the Bug

Archaeological Achievements of the ROM- 1914 to 2012

As the newest Rebanks Intern, I am excited to present the latest ROM Library display case, located on the main floor just in front of the Library and Archives. On display is a timeline depicting highlights of the ROM’s extensive work and achievements in the field of archaeology. The chronology