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Ever wondered how butterflies choose their beautiful vibrant colours? ROM Entomology Technician, Brad Hubley, exposes the secret of butterflies' beautiful patterns and colours.
Take a closer look at how climate change is affecting the Arctic Region and what is being done to prevent irreparable impact on the ecosystem. This video explores Life in Crisis, one of the Schad Gallery of Biodiversity's themes.
The first 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 examines the technique and design behind the artist's large tapestries. Video contains no sound.
Museums are filled with species that may be endangered or extinct. Assistant Curator, Mary Burridge, reveals how the ROM builds its extensive collection without putting any specimens at risk.
Coral is a mysterious species that is difficult to identify- is it a plant or an animal? Assistant Curator, Mary Burridge, reveals the true identity of these extraordinary creatures. See a live coral reef inside the Life in Crisis: Schad Gallery of Biodiversity.
A great leader, a holy man and a central character in North American history, Chief Sitting Bull's headdress, shirt and other personal artifacts are prepared for display in the Daphne Cockwell Gallery dedicated to First Peoples art & culture.
Private collector, Martin Howard speaks about the development of the typewriter, highlighting examples from his own collection on display in the exhibition Early Typewriters (July 7, 2007 to June 29, 2008).
Assistant curator, Ka Bo Tsang provides an introduction to the exhibition Drama and Desire: Japanese Paintings from the Floating World 1690- 1850 (June 3 to August 12, 2007), highlighting two paintings depicting women by Katsushika Hokusai's, the preeminent ukiyo-e painter.
Learn more about the changing migration patterns of the warbler and how to protect yourself from blackfly bites this season.
A time-lapse montage captures installation of Housepaint, Phase 2: Shelter, a ground-breaking exhibition of street art in the Roloff Beny Gallery. Presented by the Institute for Contemporary Culture, ten street artists created colourful canvas house responding to issues of poverty and homelessness