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Carnival: From Emancipation to Celebration

The spirit of the Caribbean blazes to life through awe-inspiring costumes with a strong connection to community and history Until February 24, 2013- CLOSED The majority of the exhibition is on display in the Hilary and Galen Weston Wing on Level 2 of the ROM. The costumes are on view in the

The Ten Commandments

A rare opportunity to stand in the presence of some of the most powerful words ever written. The Ten Commandments Scroll contains the text of the Ten Commandments from Deuteronomy 5 and is the world’s oldest and best preserved of all the Deuteronomy manuscripts discovered. A biblical scroll, it

Out of the Vaults: Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead

Journey to the afterlife through the mystical Book of the Dead of Amen-em-hat. Books of the Dead are funerary manuscripts created by Ancient Egyptians during their lifetime, containing instructions to help the deceased in the afterlife. Learn about the haunting “weighing of the heart” judgment

Brilliant Strokes: Chinese Paintings from the Mactaggart Art Collection

This exhibition highlights a group of magnificent Chinese paintings selected from the Mactaggart Art Collection, one of the most important collections of Chinese paintings and textiles in Canada. On display for the first time in Ontario, Brilliant Strokes consists of 17 works spanning the 15th

Beyond the Rhythm: Caribana Art Exhibit

Celebrate African-Canadian heritage through a captivating collection of 50 works of art created by 25 artists inspired by cultures from around the world. As a collective response to Beyond to Rhythm, a poem written by guest curator Joan Butterfield, the juried exhibition serves as a celebration of

A Fossil Paradise: The Discovery of the Burgess Shale by Charles D. Walcott

One hundred years ago a discovery was made that drastically changed our view of the history of life on Earth. The ROM presents A Fossil Paradise: The Discovery of the Burgess Shale by Charles D. Walcott explores the Burgess Shale’s early excavations, including vintage panoramic photos, site

The Nature of Diamonds

Throughout time, no other gem has captured the world’s imagination quite like the diamond — revered by royalty, celebrated by Hollywood and treasured the world over. What is it about these brilliant stones that captivates so completely? Explore the blockbuster exhibition The Nature of Diamonds

Shanghai 1860-1949: Historical Photographs

A complement to Shanghai Kaleidoscope, Shanghai 1860-1949 presents eighty historical photographs that document Shanghai’s architecture, inhabitants and way of life in the hundred years up to 1949. Shanghai’s current incarnation as China’s most modern and booming metropolis is not the first

Unbuilt Toronto: The City That Could Have Been

The Institute for Contemporary Culture, in partnership with the Toronto Society of Architects (TSA) presents Unbuilt Toronto: The City That Could Have Been. Juried images of unbuilt projects from practising architects and designers are juxtaposed against historical images of unrealized building

Shanghai Kaleidoscope

This unprecedented view of one of the world’s most dynamic cities examines Shanghai as a laboratory for 21st-century urban creation. Leading artists, architects and fashion designers provide an insider's view of the high-speed, high-density, high-rise culture that is rapidly emerging in