A new dialogues series has been put together by our dedicated staff at THEMUSEUM. For the next two months, visitors will be able to come together with members of the local community to learn the importance of sustainable food systems. There are many important aspects to consider when adopting a healthy diet, and even more […]
This month’s Friend of THEMUSEUM is Jason Panda, who created Image A Show | Youth Photography. Jason is a teacher in Waterloo Region who works with, and encourages youth to be creative and have fun with photography and design.
This year’s first event, Beer + Dinosaurs, features Dustin Growick, AKA The Dinosaur Whisperer. Dustin is known online for his YouTube Channel, The Dinosaur Show, and his Instagram account, where he has over 24K followers.
This past summer, Gayle O’Brien – one of Dave FM’s Morning Show hosts – stopped by THEMUSEUM to share stories about her experiences attending events. She’s been to Studio 54 and our past Christie Entertainment Series events, as well as countless exhibitions.
For our first installation of #tryDTK, our staff visited some local cafés to test their pumpkin spice lattes, because what better way is there to welcome fall?
Between September 16 and October 4, 2015, a group of local artists from across Waterloo Region, who call themselves Collective Identity, have taken over THEMUSEUM’s fourth floor gallery space. During this time, they are showcasing an art exhibition called Fast Forward Waterloo Region.
The University of Waterloo’s Development Learning Lab sends researchers throughout the year to THEMUSEUM to interact with some of our youngest visitors.
This week, we treated ourselves to some pumpkin-flavoured goodies. After all, local businesses are the ones helping to spread the #DTKLove and make the core #DTKAwesome, right?
Cam Turner helped THEMUSEUM spearhead Maker Club, and has also gone on to start his own organization, Tinker Truck. Maker Club sessions, which run once a month, have sold out consistently for the past six months.
Between September 16 and October 4, 2015, a group of local artists from across Waterloo Region, who call themselves Collective Identity, have taken over THEMUSEUM’s fourth floor gallery space. During this time, they are showcasing an art exhibition called Fast Forward Waterloo Region. Previously: #FFWR: What do you see in 50 years?