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Current Exhibitions

2021
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2021

SONICA | The Sound Experience

Immerse Yourself in The Sound Experience SONICA | The Sound Experience, Digital Dynamics 2021, is set to open at THEMUSEUM in downtown Kitchener in 2021. Comprised of both engaging and reflective works, SONICA | The Sound Experience brings together eight inspiring artists and artist groups to interpret and explore sound. What is sound? Is it […]

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Dinosaurs | The Age of Big Weird Feathered Things

Feathered Dinosaurs are coming to Downtown Kitchener! Discover the new science surrounding dinosaurs! From footprints to feathers to fossils, Dinosaurs | The Age of Big Weird Feathered Things explores the modern dinosaur and what we know now instead of what we thought we knew before. Get up close and personal to snap a selfie with […]

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Sensory Path

Sensory Path  Found on the third floor of THEMUSEUM, a new hands-off interactive experience awaits! Hop, jump and play your way through our space with our new Sensory Path! This interactive keeps kids moving and engaged while ensuring physical distancing and a hands-off interactive experience.     About Sensory Paths  Sensory Paths Canada is a […]

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MAY 2021
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MAY 2022

Traveller, many hidden moons ago…

An Outdoor exhibition on until May 2022 Traveller, many hidden moons ago… is a series of work by Toronto-based artist, Akshata Naik. These works were inspired during a global pandemic by thoughts around travelling to another planet, universe, space, light, fantasy and the curiosity of the unknown… This is an attempt at exploring the curious […]

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AUG 2021
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AUG 2021

Photovoice Project: Investigating human factors in green office buildings

This project explores the experiences of people who work in evolv1: a new zero carbon, net positive energy green office building in Waterloo, Ontario that prioritizes sustainability and clean energy production in its building design and operation. Through applying an innovative photo- and discussion-based research method called Photovoice, participants captured and explored their own perspectives […]

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