ROM Magazine features an engaging, in-depth look into the Museum’s exhibitions, research, and collections. Highlighting world-leading scholarship, new initiatives, and recent acquisitions, the magazine brings to life some of the Museum’s most exciting and fascinating stories.
Noelle Hamlyn’s upcoming new installation at ROM asks us to mend our relationship with dressing up.
Chief Poundmaker’s great, great granddaughter on ROM, repatriation, and reconciliation.
Sebastian Kvist on how new study offers insights into the powerful anticoagulants present in leech saliva
Every spring birds travel north to their breeding areas
Learn more about what it’s like to be a wildlife photographer
The Canadian loons are back in season
How an ancient Greek statue found its way to our conservation lab
A young girl’s garment from the eighteenth century
Museum staff donate PPE in response to appeal made by local hospitals
ROM Entomologist Brad Hubley shares insights into what makes these eight-legged creatures special
How the ROM’s extensive Ornithology collection is crucial to understanding bird diversity and evolution
A sneak peek at some of the objects in the ROM’s renowned chintz collection
Using wax to create giant blackfly and mosquito models in Bloodsuckers: Legends to Leeches
How Indian chintz transformed fashion, trade, and technology
The little bear that charmed readers around the world
From Count von Count to Edward Cullen: A look at the immortal bloodsucker that has evolved alongside us
Older than dinosaurs, we look at the bloodfeeding sea lampreys that have survived four major extinction periods
Outstanding collection comes out of the vaults for the second time in nearly 100 years
Curator Fahmida Suleman discusses the significance of the ROM’s Islamic Arts collection
New ROM-original exhibition explores the science and legends around bloodfeeding