A new exhibition, Being and Belonging: Contemporary Women Artists From the Islamic World and Beyond, was unveiled last weekend at the Royal Ontario Museum’s Roloff Beny Gallery.
An inspiration for books, film, and television, Winnie-the-Pooh is now the subject of an interactive exhibition highlighting his Canadian origin story.
The chintz created by India from the 1600s was unparalleled to anything else at the time. Indian artisans had not only mastered an immense chemical knowledge in order to apply bright dyes onto cloth, but they also managed to monopolize a global trade of the textile.
The Royal Ontario Museum’s new public outdoor spaces are the architectural personification of an open invitation to enter the museum, a beckoning finger to passersby.
The Royal Ontario Museum’s upcoming exhibition, opening June 1st, is a celebration of one of the most significant periods in art history: the Dutch Golden Age.
Follow the story of life from the very beginning. The Willner Madge Gallery at the Royal Ontario Museum holds fossils dug from Canadian soil, spanning back nearly 4 billion years.
The multifaceted exhibition showcases over 400 live and preserved spider specimens in addition to featuring interactive games and video experiences.
Visitors to the Royal Ontario Museum this summer will be confronted by the meeting of two extraordinary minds.
“Positioning Black contemporary art in the core of the ROM is a gesture of establishing presence…”