Discover ground breaking research and fascinating advances in art, culture, and nature as our experts share their cutting edge work in this engaging series of daytime lectures.
Free with Museum Admission.
11:00 am - 12:00 pm Lecture in Eaton Theatre
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Coffee, Tea & Treats in Theatre Rotunda
12:30 pm - 1:15 pm Exhibit Visit with Introductory Remarks, where appropriate
(see individual dates for details)
Note: Assistive listening devices and American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation are available on request. ASL interpretation requires three weeks advance notice. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the service.
What makes an object real or fake in a museum? Conservator Laura Lipcsei explores the question raised by the in-depth study of a Zapotec urn in the ROM's collection.
Mark Peck is a technician in the Department of Natural History, and oversees the ornithology collection.
Join ROM Archivist Charlotte Chaffey as she investigates the symbolism, imagery, and lore of some of the ROM's iconic architecture using documents and photographs from the Museum's Library & Archives collections.