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Blue Whale Campaign

FAITES UN CADEAU GÉANT Participez à l’exposition du ROM sur le rorqual bleu! VOTRE DON. VOTRE ROM. Mettez-vous dans l’esprit des Fêtes en faisant un don de 40 $ à notre campagne Aidez-nous à voir grand au profit du projet de recherche du rorqual bleu du ROM. Grâce à votre don, nous

Atelier sur l’art du Japon

Atelier sur l’art du Japon

Dans cet atelier d’une journée, l’éducateur du ROM George Hewson examinera en détail les principes fondamentaux de l’art japonais. Au programme : dîner et visite guidée de l’exposition temporaire Troisième genre: Les éphèbes dans les estampes japonaises. En raison de son contenu,

Member ROMwalk: Jarvis Street

Member ROMwalk: Jarvis Street

ROM Members Only. FULLY BOOKED. Once the most fashionable address in Toronto, Jarvis Street retains many of its old mansions and churches and has acquired new architectural gems. A stroll down this broad avenue provides insight into its elegant past and energetic present. Meeting Place: South East

ROMwalk Plus: Kensington- October 9

ROMwalk Plus: Kensington- October 9

NEW for 2016!   Join us on our new walk as we wander through what was once the old Jewish Market, past late Victorian buildings that have undergone considerable change over the years, and onto the campus of the University of Toronto. Memories of times past mix with the modern life of condos,

The Art of Japan Workshop

The Art of Japan Workshop

J oin George Hewson, ROM Educator, for an indepth workshop that will focus on the fundamentals of Japanese art.  This full day workshop includes a guided visit to the special exhibition A Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints and lunch. Please note that this course will include mature

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Today's Tours- Feb 8.17

Each tour is approximately 45 minutes long Tour capacity is limited   Tours in English      Free with Admission   11:00 am – Museum Highlights 12:00 pm – Daphne Cockwell Gallery of Canada: First Peoples 1:00 pm – Museum Highlights 2:00 pm – 4.6 Billion Years of Earth History 3:00 pm