La production de textiles joue depuis la préhistoire un rôle fondamental dans notre univers. Explorez la richesse des textiles et costumes de tous les pays, et faites appel à l’expertise de nos conservateurs et restauratrices. Le ROM possède 50 000 objets fragiles. Le renouvellement des artéfacts – pièces tissées ou imprimées, travaux d’aiguille, soieries et textiles anciens – vous permettra de redécouvrir la galerie à chaque visite.
In conformity with national and international museum standards, it is contrary to the practice of the ROM to offer financial appraisals or evaluations of objects to the general public, to give evaluations, assist in the disposal of private property or to express opinions regarding the merits of appraisal firms. The ROM accepts no legal or other responsibility for any opinion that may be expressed about an object presented to a curator for identification.
(Fixed-term , part-time, 3 days/week for 14 weeks beginning June 5, 2013)
The Royal Ontario Museum seeks a skilled conservator with training and experience in Textiles for a fourteen week contract. The conservator will work under the direction of the Senior Conservator in the textile lab treating objects for the “Early Islamic Textiles” exhibition which will open in the Fall of 2013. The Conservator will assist with treatment and mounting of a group of Tiraz fragments from the ROM’s collection.
The Panelists from the upcoming Fashion Crimes Debate share what they consider unforgiveable fashion crimes. What do you consider to be a fashion crime?
Join Dr. Alexandra Palmer for an illustrated talk about the influence of Chanel fashions in North America during the 1950’s and 60’s, featuring the ROM’s Chanel collection currently on loan to the Draifflessen Museum in Germany.
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From prehistory through to the present day, textile production has been a fundamental part of human existence. Explore the rich heritage of textiles and fashion from around the world, drawing on the ROM’s collection of 50,000 fragile and sensitive objects and our extensive curatorial expertise. Rotating exhibits of weaving, needlework, printed and archaeological textiles, and silks make for an ever-changing tableau of discovery.
March Break is coming and we're ready for you with lots of hands-on fun! Come to the ROM this March Break and give your kids a passport to a whole new world!
Veronika Gervers Research Fellowship, supported by a memorial fund established in 1979 to commemorate ROM curator and textile scholar, Veronika Gervers, exists to promote research incorporating the textile and fashion collections of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). Applications are encouraged in all areas of textile and costume history. The Fellowship is open to Ph.D. candidates and international scholars whose research can make direct use of, or support, any part of the Museum’s collections.
|2012||Rachel Siberstein , "The Dramatic Cast of Nineteenth-Century Chinese Women’s Vernacular Embroidery"||2011||Kate Strasdin , "A Royal Wardrobe Unlocked: Queen Alexandra 1863 – 1910"||2010||Chloë Sayer , "Rebozos and Sarapes, and the history of Mexican costume and textiles in the ROM’s collection"||2009||Jenny Tiramani , "A Spectacular Survivor from the time of Henry VIII: The Study of a Mid-Sixteenth Century Brigandine", (2010_rom_brigandine.pdf)||2008||Dr. Miriam Ali-de-Unzaga , "Connections between Fatimid and Andalusi Inscribed Textiles"|
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Opening the Dior
Ajouté le 19 février 2013 à 14 h 22
Dr. Alexandra Palmer, Senior Curator, Nora E. Vaughan Fashion Costume Curatorship opens a package from Dior. Inside is a stunning couture dress commissioned by the ROM. See it on view for a limited time in BIG until Fall 2013.