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Youth Exhibition: Walls and Barriers 2

Youth Exhibition: Walls and Barriers 2

Walls and Barriers, a collaborative youth project, was conceived in affiliation with the El Anasui exhibition and in cooperation with the Institute for Contemporary Culture. On view September 25 to October 23, 2010. Inspired by Anatsui's artistic practice and philosophy, each young artist has

History Wars: Canada is not Bilingual, Binational or Bicultural (Part 1 of 4)

History Wars: Canada is not Bilingual, Binational or Bicultural (Part 1 of 4)

Moderator: Michael Bliss, Canadian historian and award-winning author Pro: David Bercuson, Canadian labour, military, and political historian Con: Antonia Maioni, Associate Professor at McGill University, in the Department of Political Science and the Institute for Health and Social Policy It was

History Wars: Canada is not Bilingual, Binational or Bicultural (Part 4 of 4)

History Wars: Canada is not Bilingual, Binational or Bicultural (Part 4 of 4)

Moderator: Michael Bliss, Canadian historian and award-winning author Pro: David Bercuson, Canadian labour, military, and political historian Con: Antonia Maioni, Associate Professor at McGill University, in the Department of Political Science and the Institute for Health and Social Policy It was

How to Make a Rainstick

How to Make a Rainstick

Learn how to make a rainstick with Patti McCabe and Melissa Jurchison. Visit the Royal Ontario Museum during ROM for the Holidays, December 26 to January 8, 2011 for more Maya-inspired family fun.

Prom Wild 2011

Prom Wild 2011

Highlights from the ROM Prom Wild. The PROM is an annual fundraising event hosted by the YPC and ROM Govenors in support of ROM research.

Marie-Antoinette's Dress

Marie-Antoinette's Dress

Embellished with silk embroidery, ribbon appliqués, spangles and glass stones, Marie-Antoinette's lavish dress is restored to its original splendour at the Royal Ontario Museum.

Canada's Oceans & YOU: Moving a Narwhal

Canada's Oceans & YOU: Moving a Narwhal

Moving a Narwhal through the corridors of the ROM is tricky business, but well worth the effort! The Life in Crisis: Schad Gallery of Biodiversity coordinated this special exhibition at the Green Living Show.

Return of the Mummy

Return of the Mummy

After years in storage at the University of Toronto, a mummy from the Royal Ontario Museum's Egyptian collection returns to the Museum. Gayle Gibson, ROM Educator and Egyptologist, introduces us to this young mummy and describes what we can now learn about her life through research.

Cineplex Pre-Show- Ice Age: Continental Drift featuring David Evans

Cineplex Pre-Show- Ice Age: Continental Drift featuring David Evans

The new animated movie Ice Age: Continental Drift will be in Cineplex theatres in 3D on July 13, and to find out what continental drift is all about and how it contributed to the evolution of an incredible array of dinosaurs, the Cineplex Pre-Show team interviewed David Evans, Curator of Vertebrate

El Anatsui: Exhibition Overview (Part 2)

El Anatsui: Exhibition Overview (Part 2)

The final segment of Lilanne Lortie's ASL tour of the Institute of Contemporary Culture's exhibition, El Anatusui: When I Last Wrote to You About Africa features Akua's Surviving Children, a sculptural installation crafted from driftwood. Video contains no sound.