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At 26, Peggy Lau is the youngest member of the ROM’s Currelly Society—a group of individuals who have promised future gifts to the Museum. A former intern with the ROM Governors office, Peggy chats easily about her love of art and culture and her decision to leave a legacy to the Museum. “The
“Coming to the ROM was the best part of my childhood,” says Tom Hilditch. Like many kids in Ontario, he was a member of the Saturday Morning Club for years, travelling to Toronto from Etobicoke with his two best friends every week. “I learned to use chopsticks here,” he recalls smiling.
ROM Governor Alf Wirth has visited hundreds of museums. We caught up with him in the Wirth Gallery of the Middle East—one of many ROM initiatives he has generously supported—to talk about his passion for arts and culture. “I used to come to the ROM with my dad,” recalls Alf Wirth. “I
Hundreds of ROM supporters gathered at the Museum on May 8, 2013 for the Chairs’ Reception, hosted by Won J. Kim, Chairman of the ROM Board of Trustees and Robert E. Pierce, Chairman of the ROM Board of Governors. The annual event celebrates philanthropy at the Museum, acknowledging donors,
Leading home, auto and business insurer RSA Insurance is partnering with the ROM to present Mesopotamia: Inventing Our World — the ROM’s summer blockbuster. This stunning exhibition showcases more than 170 priceless objects from the celebrated holdings of the British Museum, most of which have
ROM Trustee a Lead Exhibit Patron ROM Trustee Mohammad Al Zaibak has been a strong ROM supporter for the past 13 years. A member of the Royal Patrons Circle since 2008, he has given considerable time and financial support to numerous Museum projects. “This exhibition illustrates the incredible
Balancing family, career and finances can be a rewarding juggling act. As a mother of two young children, June Perry is used to having her hands full. Like many parents, her daily life is full of joy as she watches her kids grow and learn, while balancing the financial responsibilities and
Dr. Maureen Trudeau and her family first discovered the Burgess Shale while wandering the Royal Tyrell Museum in Drumheller, Alberta. She and her “dinosaur-obsessed son” came across an exhibit with large replicas of bizarre early life creatures that had been unearthed in Yoho National Park,
It’s not everyday a new dinosaur species is discovered, and it’s even more exciting when it is named in honour of long-time ROM supporters. Dr. David Evans and a team of scientists have named a small, meat-eating dinosaur (‘raptor’) based on newly unearthed fossils from Montana, USA.
The ROM was pleased to host Barrick Gold Corporation employees and their families on Sunday, February 23, 2014. This special day celebrated the recent opening of the new Barrick Gold Corporation Gallery, an interactive space in the ROM’s Teck Suite of Galleries: Earth’s Treasures. A new