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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

New Website Launch

I am very pleased today to announce the launch of the Royal Ontario Museum’s new website. The new provides an essential online destination for trusted information about our world.  You’ll have direct access to ROM research, collections and curatorial expertise as never before.

Imaging Longevity

By Ka Bo Tsang,  Assistant Curator, Chinese Paintings & Textiles This large painting done in a hanging-scroll format is from a royal hand, that of Cixi, the Empress Dowager (1835-1908). Directly or indirectly, this most powerful woman in China in the latter half of the 19th century was in

#5Reasons to come to @ROMToronto this weekend!

So this weekend @ROMToronto? Kind of a big deal. On Saturday we’re covering all things archaeology and Sunday we’re doing the same with palaeontology. Maybe the two best ologies! SATURDAY October 20th- NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGY DAY It’s National Archaeology Day, and, of course, we’re taking part

Citizenship Ceremony

The ROM and Citizenship and Immigration Canada hosted a citizenship ceremony during Citizenship Week on Monday, October 15, 2012, in the Samuel Hall/Currelly Gallery followed by a reception in Bronfman Hall. For the event, which was the first held at the ROM since the year 2000, the ROM and

National Archaeology Day at the ROM!

Why not escape the Toronto rain this Saturday and come to the ROM to hear about hot and sunny countries?  Saturday is  National Archaeology Day at the ROM, and we’ve been hard at work sorting out lots of events, talks and activities (for kids AND grown ups).  I don’t have any good

Phil Currie, the legend, my hero, is coming to the ROM!

One of the greatest experiences of my life occurred when I was just 7 years old. My mom took me for a week-long adventure to Alberta to visit Drumheller and the Badlands. The Badlands is an incredibly special place – the way only a barren, rocky and sandy place could be. Not only is it one

On the Shoulders of Giants – Phil Currie at the ROM on Oct. 7th

First introduced to dinosaurs through a plastic toy in a cerealbox, renowned palaeontologist Philip J. Currie embarked on a life-long journey to study these creatures of the past. Last year, he had a museum named after him—the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum in Alberta—and this year he joined