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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

TIFF Future Projections at the ROM

ICC in Partnership with the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival: Future Projections As part of the Toronto International Film Festival's Future Projections series, the ROM is pleased to present two unique film installations. When The Gods Came Down To Earth, by Toronto filmmaker Srinivas

Darwin: The Evolution Revolution

The most in-depth exhibition ever mounted on Charles Darwin! From his early years as a naturalist and his education in medicine and theology, to his groundbreaking voyage aboard the HMS Beagle, follow Darwin's path as he develops his ideas about evolution, insights which became the cornerstone

Roots to Rhythm: Scotiabank Caribana Art Exhibit

The bold rhythms found in the African drum, steel pan, jazz, gospel and more are celebrated on canvas in this colourful art exhibition featuring seventy works by acclaimed African-Canadian artists. Every year, the Association of African Canadian Artists produces an art exhibition that takes place

Out from Under: Disability, History and Things to Remember

Out from Under: Disability, History and Things to Remember explores the history of disabled people in Canada. A display of thirteen diverse objects reveals a rich and nuanced story that pays tribute to the resilience, creativity, and the civic and cultural contributions of Canadians with

The Black Star Sapphire of Queensland

Catch a rare glimpse of The Black Star of Queensland, one of the largest gem quality sapphires in the world. This brilliant six-point black star sapphire is on display for the first time since 1969. This incredible gem was found in the 1930s in the town of Anakie in Queensland, Australia. It

Glass Worlds: Paperweights from the ROM’s Collection

Over 250 miniature worlds of brilliant colour and style are featured in this exhibition of spectacular 19th- and 20th-century glass paperweights. The first major exhibition of its kind in Canada, Glass Worlds features paperweights from the ROM’s collection, considered one of the finest in North

Trade Winds: Chinese Export Wares from the 8th to 20th centuries

For hundreds of years, traders have endured hostile deserts, perilous mountains and treacherous seas in an attempt to bring precious Chinese wares to the rest of Asia, Europe and the Americas. Now, discover over 100 of these exquisite artifacts including porcelain, textiles, silverware and much

Black History Month

The ROM celebrates Black History Month 2008 with two new exhibits, The Ontario Bicentenary Exhibition: The Act to Abolish the British Slave Trade and Enslaved Africans in Upper Canada. Ontario Bicentenary Exhibit: The Act to Abolish the British Slave Trade The ROM is proud to present eight panels