Talks & Performances

Photo Courtesy: Affinity Fish
FREE Zoom program. RSVP Required. How can eating locally sourced fish contribute to the health of humans, local fish populations, and the Great Lakes ecosystem, and help mitigate the impact of climate change? How can one eat sustainably while on a budget? And how can one tell if the fish they buy is from Ontario?
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Maryam Akrami, Invertebrate Palaeontology Collections Technician in the field.
Changing Voices in Palaeontology

Tuesday, June 13, 2023, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT

FREE Zoom program. RSVP Required. Join scientists Riley Black, Jade Simon and Maryam Akrami as they share their experiences as members of under-represented communities in palaeontology. In this open and honest conversation led by ROM’s Kendra Campbell, explore the journeys of these three extraordinary professionals in a traditionally white, male, and able-bodied field, the importance of diverse representation in leadership, and how systemic change is both needed and occurring for emerging professionals in the sciences.  
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Ji-hoon Kim, Red Moon Jar, ca. 2013 © ROM
Korea Pops! From Local Culture to Global Phenomenon

Saturday, June 17, 2023, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

FULL Please join our waiting list here. FREE in-person program. RSVP Required. From BTS music and the romantic K-drama Crash Landing on You, to kimchi jiggae and Squid Game-themed dalgona in Koreatown, Toronto, Korean contemporary culture has made its mark in many countries across the world.
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