Ticks – Little Bugs, Big Problems Learn all about Ticks in this informative and interactive pop-up exhibit! Explore and experience the fascinating science of ticks while learning how to prevent the health risks associated with the illnesses ticks can transmit. Produced by:
Welcome the thrilling world of extreme sports! During your visit, you’ll be challenged to jump, fly, dive and climb while exploring some of the riskiest activities in the world. From training to perseverance, learn all about what drives these fierce and fiery athletes! Beyond Human Limits will immerse you in a variety of exciting sports […]
From May 31 – July 2, in support and recognition of World Refugee Day, THEMUSEUM is featuring 3 unique artworks/installations: Bloody Boats by Akshata Naik, an art installation about deconstructing and dismantling the symbol of the traumatic journey that immigrants experience. To the artist, this installation represents a personal experience as an immigrant and seeks […]
SACRIFICE Abiola Idowu is a dedicated artist of more than 30 years, and he has made many sacrifices to dedicate his life exclusively to art. Sacrifice is the act of giving up something valued for the sake of something else more worthy or important to you. Time, energy, comfort, and enjoyment can be denied for […]
An Outdoor exhibition on until February 2023 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 […]
SPECTRUM | The Five Senses brings together the work of international, Canadian, and local artists, as well as some favourite THEMUSEUM interactive exhibits for a fun-filled, multisensory experience. Immerse yourself in art that ignites your five senses, and helps you to make sense of your world! Exhibition Highlights #BiteSizedClay #Bitesizedclay is a […]
On at THEMUSEUM from November 12, 2022 – February 4, 2023 Murdoch Mysteries: The Exhibition, transports you behind the scenes of this internationally acclaimed show. Step behind the camera and immerse yourself in the fascinating history, science, and fashion of the series. Explore what it takes to bring the world of Murdoch Mysteries to life […]
In the exhibition SPECTRUM | The Five Senses, visitors are encouraged to explore with their senses, but not everyone experiences and senses the world in the same way, especially since not all of us have access to all five senses. THEMUSEUM is excited and honoured to showcase Olivia Brouwer’s collection of work titled The Scales […]
On at THEMUSEUM from September 24 to January 1 There is likely no other artist that has solidified the idea of a road trip in the human imagination as solidly as the author Jack Kerouac. Inspired by the 100th anniversary of Kerouac’s birth and the 65th anniversary of the publication of On The Road THEMUSEUM […]
A Phenomenal Fan Collection hits THEMUSEUM this summer! Before VHSs, DVDs and streaming, movies could only be seen in theatres. These short viewing timeframes resulted in production companies creating unique ways to market their products through toys and merchandise to keep a hold of their fans’ interest! From KFC Buckets to buff action figures, Star […]
On Exhibition Until Late Fall 2022 Due to the growing climate crisis, recent years have brought about a new kind of refugee that hasn’t been seen before: Climate Refugees. These refugees have been forced to leave their homes due to the impacts of climate change in their native countries. Featuring photography from Vlad Sokhin’s project […]
Weeping Willows Should you choose to become a guardian of the Weeping Willows, you will help a mystical white stag in finding his 4 friends hiding in the forest. Once you have found them all, you’ll find yourself under a beautiful glowing willow tree. This immersive walk-through exhibit is brought to THEMUSEUM by Visual Merchandising […]
Who knew some of music’s great ‘holy #%&!’ moments happened right here in KW? REVERBERATIONS: Our Rock & Soul Legacy takes you to the Waterloo hardware store where the Guess Who wrote American Woman, and to the backyard where Supertramp- during the peak of their fame- played an impromptu poolside concert (neighbours called the cops). You’ll hear how […]
With hundreds of unique artefacts and memorabilia forming a multimedia exhibition, including some on loan from the Stones’ private collection, UNZIPPED offers a comprehensive and engaging multimedia experience that gives fans an immersive look behind the curtain at the world’s greatest rock band.
Featuring the artwork of Rolling Stones guitarist and acclaimed artist Ronnie Wood, the show, a North American Premiere, as part of a broader festival for the Region complemented the exclusive Canadian premiere of UNZIPPED.
Feathered Dinosaurs are at THEMUSUEM until September 26, 2021! 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 […]
Young Water Speaks is a national youth storytelling project. Inspired by local waterscapes, culture and history, this textile installation series features original artwork by 8 artists and represents the winning stories from year 1 of the project. Winning authors participated in Waterlution’s Young Water Speaks workshops led by Youth Advisory Board volunteers. Workshops included […]
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 […]
Immerse Yourself in The Sound Experience until September 12, 2021! SONICA | The Sound Experience, Digital Dynamics 2021, opened 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 […]
This project explored 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 […]
A photograph freezes a moment, seizes a memory. It can transcend all the mortal constraints and become eternal. For so many years photographs have preserved history and made it possible for the coming generations to look at them and travel back in time. Seemab Zahra is a multidisciplinary artist working in poetry, photography, and […]
January 24, 2020 – January 3, 2021 On June 24, 2019 the City of Kitchener council unanimously declared a climate emergency and we sounded the ALARM. It is time to take Action and Learn about our effects on climate. We must Adapt our lifestyles, take Responsibility and Mobilize climate action now! THEMUSEUM used its stage […]
September 18 – December 18, 2020 This exhibition features work by Iman Alkarimi, Riyadh Matwq, Haneen Dalla-Ali, Mélika Hashemi, Behnaz Fatemi, Sana Faheemuddin, Atefeh Zarabadi. Organized by: Ati Zar and the Coalition of Muslim Women of KW. One of the prominent features of Islamic art is its overwhelming aesthetic quality, which reawakens a sense […]
Land Back Camp: Our Voices On Exhibition August 19, 2020 to December 18, 2020 Land Back Camp: Our Voices is a series of photos that shares the words of Indigenous folx and Settlers at O:se Kenhionhata:tie. They have reclaimed a small portion of Victoria Park for over sixty days now. The exhibition includes photographs and […]
SPECTRUM | The Climate Emergency Experience SPECTRUM | The Climate Emergency Experience is a temporary pop-up exhibition presented by THEMUSEUM at The Shops at Waterloo Town Square. You will be completely immersed within each art installation in this one-of-a-kind experience that raises the ALARM on climate change. Look at the climate crisis in a […]
September 18, 2019 – January 12, 2020 INNOVATION IN ITS TIME | The World’s First Typewriters, offers a fresh look at one of modern history’s greatest inventions, the typewriter. The exhibition spotlights twenty-eight typewriters from Toronto based collector, Martin Howard, and allows a hands on look at some of the very first forms of typewriters from […]
AUTUMN 2019 THEMUSEUM delves into the AFTERLIFE with a series of immersive experiences that will lift the veil to the world beyond. AFTERLIFE | A Séance Experience Featuring The Ghost of Thomas Lacey will explore the themes surrounding death that are meant to challenge and enlighten, while plunging you head-first into the question – What […]
Local and international artists will create 14 fun and colourful installations for all ages. From sensory ball pit rooms to experiencing sound transformed into sight, this innovative hands-on exhibition will explore the effect that colour has over you.
September 29, 2018 – September 8, 2019 This 3,000 square-foot exhibition focuses on the quintessential organic computer that is responsible for every thought, motion and movement your body makes. Using innovative special effects, video games, optical illusions and interactive displays, BRAIN shows how the brain functions – and sometimes – malfunctions. This hands-on and interactive exhibition […]
Becoming Neighbours – 7th Annual Refugee Art Show June 8, 2019 to September 2, 2019 Please join us at THEMUSEUM for our 7th Annual Refugee Art show featuring artwork from local and international artists. Featuring artwork from: Euan Gray with special thanks to Community Coalition on Refugee and Immigrant Concerns (CCORIC). Left overs // 2012 […]
FLOW | The Menstruation Exhibition. Join THEMUSEUM in discovering, discussing, and destigmatizing the natural process of menstruation through dialogue, art and a healthy dose of reality.
Connections & Context: Islamic Influences and Traditions September 29, 2018 — February 10, 2019 For the third consecutive year, THEMUSEUM is partnering with The Coalition of Muslim Women of KW (CMW-KW) to present Connections & Context: Islamic Influences and Traditions. Islamic art is often associated with calligraphy, complex geometric patterns, intricate arabesque designs and miniature […]
TIFF Presents: DigiPlaySpace May 31, 2018 – January 6, 2019 “Take your kids on an interactive adventure” in digiPlaySpace where they will laugh and learn with new media technologies, learning-centric games, and hands-on installations. Kids of all ages can explore innovative interactive works from internationally recognized children’s media artists at THEMUSEUM. Create, test and collect robots, […]
Film No. 5: Smile Collection of Yoko Ono ©1968 May 19, 2018 – September 3 2018. THEMUSEUM is honoured to partner with Yoko Ono once again. In 2012, ADD COLOUR I A YOKO ONO EXHIBIT showcased nine installations of Instruction Works, all of which she personally selected. In celebration of our 15th anniversary, THEMUSEUM will […]
The Living Wall THE PROBLEM: Canadians spend more than 80% of their time indoors, hence indoor air quality has a significant affect on overall health. Indoor air can have over 200 different airborne gaseous pollutants such as benzene and formaldehyde, which have serious health effects. Environment Canada and the US. Environmental Protection Agency have indicated that […]
Decoding E-Money May 19, 2018 – September 3, 2018 Discover the emerging world of Bitcoin! Follow your dollar through the economy: From purchase to deposit using traditional and e-payment systems. Interact with e-money displays on the high-tech intricacies of web-based currencies. Explore more than 60 artifacts from the past 200 years that challenged notions of […]
6th Annual Refugee Art Show June 2, 2018 – September 3, 2018 THEMUSEUM has partnered with CCORIC to host the sixth annual Refugee Art Show for the summer. This year’s local theme for World Refugee Day Waterloo Region is “Becoming Neighbours”. People who have fled persecution, war and conflict have found a safe and welcoming home […]
Open Ears at THEMUSEUM September 3, 2017 – May 19, 2018 TUBULUM (Rimba Tubes or Thongophone) Design: Scott Lindsay Fabrication: Richard Burrows, Adam Campbell, Daniel Morphy, Steve Bottoms, Scott Lindsay Contributions: Culliton Inc., Formatop Materials: 3” plastic drainage pipe A tubulum is a percussive instrument made out of PVC pipes, resembling a xylophone or vibraphone. […]
71Digital Dynamics October 4, 2017 – May 13, 2018 Digital Dynamics 2018 presents a diverse selection of interactive works that range from games, to net.art, to new media artworks. Each portion of the show is designed to explore the depth and breadth of how interactivity can be used in order to engage the public and […]
Clean Water Here May 5, 2018 – June 24, 2018 Presented by the Water Institute, University of Waterloo To document today’s water issues, Clean Water Here asked photographers from around the world to show us what the lack of safe drinking water means knowing the water cycle in its entirety includes all uses and users. […]
The 8th Annual SIDE by SIDE Art Show will be on display at THEMUSEUM from Wednesday, May 3 to Sunday, May 28, 2017.
The Great Canadian LEED-Scape is a 53-foot-long painting, which explores the natural environment and the recent development of sustainable buildings across Canada.
Walking Together is an intergenerational community arts project that brought together First Nations artists, Elders, Residential School Survivors and Youth to create mixed media art pieces. Eleven First Nations students from Pauline Johnson Collegiate and Vocational School in Brantford came together with former students of the Mohawk Institute residential school to remind the youth of an important part of our First Nations history and Canada’s history.
Beginning October 2017, THEMUSEUM in downtown Kitchener will present two disparate yet playfully connected photography-based exhibitions that provoke dialogue about our connections with technology, digital media and ultimately each other.
The Travelling Carnival in Canada will weave visitors through 150 years of the history of the travelling carnival, from its origins in both travelling entertainment and agricultural societies to its genesis at the 1893 World’s Fair and the developments through the 20th and 21st century that made it one of the most popular forms of entertainment in the country.
A Cause for Celebration? First Things First presents the work of three contemporary Indigenous artists and one new Canadian artist who deal with issues of past and present, healing and justice, hope and vision. Diverse in their practices, these artists create work that speaks to present day issues, problems and solutions that emphasize the universality of human experiences. In learning from the past, we will adapt for the future. We will thrive. And that is a cause for celebration.
Documenting Downtown Change is a photography exhibition and dialogue that shares moments in a changing Downtown Kitchener through the eyes of community members.
QUANTUM: The Exhibition premiered October 14, 2016 at THEMUSEUM and was produced by the Institute of Quantum Computing (IQC) at the University of Waterloo. This ground breaking exhibition was selected as part of the Signature Initiative of the Government of Canada’s sesquicentennial celebration, INNOVATION150, which celebrates 150 years of Canadian innovation.
The Coalition of Muslim Women of KW (CMW) is very pleased to announce its second annual Muslim women art exhibition, Celebrating Identity, as part of Canada / Ontario 150 celebrations.
The 7th Annual Side by Side Art Show was on display at THEMUSEUM from Wednesday, April 29 until Friday, May 29, 2016. This year’s theme was “ART and Soul.”
THEMUSEUM partnered with the Community Coalition on Refugee and Immigrant Concerns (CCORIC) and Immigration Partnership Waterloo Region to host the fourth annual Refugee Art Exhibition during the month of June 2016.
Nature Unleashed: Inside Natural Disasters explores some of the world’s most powerful natural disasters: tornadoes, volcanoes, hurricanes, and earthquakes. Visitors will be able to get up-close and personal with these naturally occurring events, see the types of destruction they create, and learn about the dynamic relationships that humans share with nature.
We marked Terry Fox’s heroic Marathon of Hope by presenting the most comprehensive exhibition ever organized on the run and Terry’s remarkable and continuing legacy.
Ice Age Mammals explored topics and information regarding climate change, the Earth’s environmental timeline, animal extinction, and the environmental impact that humans create. The exhibition is also complemented with murals by Canadian palaeoartist George “Rinaldino” Teichmann.
The Havana Dialogues explores the unique Cuban Canadian relationship over the past seventy years. The photography based exhibition will feature two black and white photography collections; the first on loan from the Cuban Embassy in Ottawa, and the second a series by Canadian photographer Nick Devlin. The photographs depict Cuba’s relationship with Canada, as well as Cuban history and culture.
Experience art and technology at play while learning about the value and importance of light and light-based technologies. LIGHT Illuminated celebrates the United Nations’ International Year of Light by presenting a new, interactive exhibition that invites visitors to explore the worlds of optics and physics.
What do you think Waterloo Region might look like 50 years from now? From LRT to increased housing developments, expanding arts and cultural to local startups, our Tri-City area is constantly changing. Fast Forward Waterloo Region is an art exhibition that has been curated by a group of twenty artists from across Waterloo Region who call themselves Collective Identity.
Dinosaurs | The Edge of Extinction uncovered a century of research about both Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus Rex – two of the most well-known dinosaurs – and how they lived until the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction. It will reveal the interdependence between the species, their environment, and the forces that shaped both their life and extinction.
Summer of Discovery During the Summer of Discovery, THEMUSEUM created an immersive experience through six exhibitions including the return of the “Balloon Room” and a brand new installation ‘Ellipsis’ which allowed visitors to be part of a community art piece. Become a scientist for the day and learn all about health and nutrition in a […]
The Canadian Council Art Bank has been collecting work by the best Canadian artists of our time for over forty years, becoming the world’s largest collection of contemporary Canadian art. The Art Bank shares its collection through art rental and outreach programs which sees approximately 3,000 works on display at various locations each year. But rarely are the works that depict subjects who are naked, nude, or unclothed exhibited, pieces which make up a large percentage of the collection.
Holocaust Remembered is an installation made possible through collaborations between THEMUSEUM, The Stratford Festival, and The Stratford Perth Museum. This photograph-based installation features black and white portraits by Toronto-based photographer Jason Schwartz. The portraits will be accompanied by oral histories from survivors and original artifacts from the Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre.
THEMUSEUM wanted to start a conversation about a very important topic – “the talk.” The Science of Sexuality responded to the main concerns of young people and the not-so-young alike. It’s not shy. It’s frank. It’s respectful. It approaches sexuality in a positive manner. For ages 13 and up, this award-winning, innovative exhibition was developed with the help of respected specialists (sexologists, doctors and scientists), teaching specialists, parents, and young people of all ages. In the exhibition’s five zones, the answers to over 100 basic questions were provided through 50 interactive games, videos, and original multimedia productions.
Unwrapping Egypt revealed the secrets of an ancient culture, featuring over 400 museum-quality replica artifacts focusing on the world-famous tomb of King Tutankhamun. Covering two levels of THEMUSEUM, visitors were invited to marvel at the incredible 5,000 years of Egyptian history and culture including Pharaonic, Greek and Roman, Coptic and Islamic artifacts in addition to the King Tutankhamun artifacts.
A Russian Accent THEMUSEUM, as a part of its effort to present diverse voices and fresh cultural content from around the globe, is proud to present A Russian Accent. The exhibition gives THEMUSEUM the opportunity to share Russian traditional, contemporary and sport culture with Canadians of all ages. The exhibition is in honour and recognition of […]
SURFACE TENSION | The Future of Water September 20, 2013 – January 5, 2014 The future of water is the subject of tension. Water is both disposable and sacred, a muse for artists and a necessity for life – a source of healing and of conflict. The Earth has abundant water, but only a very […]
Curated by The GRAMMY Museum at L.A. Live, The Bob Marley Exhibition presents an exploration of Marley’s role as the catalyst for the reggae revolution and explores his influence on music and culture over the past three decades. A private, spiritual man, and a powerful performer who used his lyrics to give a voice to the disenfranchised, Bob is a legend who has inspired legions of fan in the 31 years since his death.
James Cameron’s AVATAR James Cameron’s AVATAR: The Exhibition at THEMUSEUM in association with Christie Digital. AVATAR: The Exhibition offers an unprecedented, first-hand look inside the making of the highest-grossing film of all time. Developed in partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products and James Cameron’s Lightstorm Entertainment, Inc., AVATAR: The Exhibition dives deep into the […]
Treasures of China Featuring the Dazu Rock Carvings Treasures of China featuring the Dazu Rock Carvings showcases the North American premiere of 48 ancient Chinese sculptures depicting a fusion of Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian beliefs, dating back as far as the 10th Century AD. The Dazu Rock Carvings are known worldwide for their large scale, […]
ADD COLOUR | A Yoko Ono Exhibit YOKO ONO is a multi-media artist whose thought provoking work challenges people’s understanding of art and the world around them. Yoko gained fame in New York at the beginning of the 1960s. In 1969, together with John Lennon, she realized Bed-In, and the worldwide War Is Over! (if […]
DINOSAURS! Let’s hear you ROAR this summer with DINOSAURS!, THEMUSEUM’s exciting exhibition featuring animatronic prehistoric beasts. Walk amongst these towering “terrible lizards” as they stretch their tails, crane their necks and let out earth-shaking bellows all in life-like scenes. Don’t wait another 65 million years to see these DINOSAURS! – visit THEMUSEUM this summer! What […]
Arena | The Hockey Exhibit ARENA | The Hockey Exhibition is an original collection of objects, memorabilia, displays and art that explore our enduring fascination with “Canada’s game.” Visitors will rediscover their love of hockey; the same sport woven into the cultural fabric of the Canadian identity. ARENA is for those who are just learning […]
Beyond the Image Welcome to the digital world. Have you made the switch to digital? It’s supposed to be the revolution of the century. But what exactly is a digital image? How is it created and what purpose does it serve? The advent of the digital era has altered our lives more than we think. […]
RAM | Rethinking Art and Machine RAM | Rethinking Art and Machine showcased the work of pioneer artists who addressed the relationship between art and electronic technology, light, graphics, robots, and virtual reality dating back to the 1960’s. The artists included Jim Campbell, Manfred Mohr, Alan Rath, Daniel Rozin and Peter Vogel. These innovators have […]
Animal Grossology THEMUSEUM was home to the grossest, most entertaining and educational exhibit you’ve ever seen. Using imaginative interactive exhibits and animated characters set in a virtual 3D animal world, Animal Grossology is an exciting show based on Sylvia Branzei’s best-selling Grossology books.
EquiMania! Summer 2012 THEMUSEUM is delighted to welcome a new feature show appealing to the inner equine-lover to downtown Kitchener this summer. Produced by Equine Guelph at the University of Guelph, EquiMania! is an interactive youth education program and exhibition designed to teach kids about horse health and safety. After a month into hosting the […]
SEARCHING FOR TOM | Tom Thomson: Man, Myth, and Masterworks SEARCHING FOR TOM will lead visitors through Thomson’s life and mysterious death, his influence on Canadian art, and how contemporary artists are now interpreting his landscapes. Thomson ultimately changed and defined the way Canadians view our nation, which has resulted in numerous interpretations through […]
This exhibition closed in 2011 and is not currently offered at THEMUSEUM On April 15, 1912, the ship once called unsinkable, fell to the bottom of the ocean floor. In 2011, 98 years later, THEMUSEUM welcomed visitors to pay tribute to this tragedy at Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. More than 150 artifacts recovered from the […]
Cosmicmania | Our Space Rock! Cosmomania: The Incredible Space Adventure – Climb aboard this marvellous machine and go back in time! Begin your journey in the USSR at the end of the 1950s. You’re in the workshop that housed Sputnik, the first satellite to orbit Earth. Relive the space exploration odyssey. The rich stories and […]
Germs! Germs! Germs! The Germs! Germs! Germs! Exhibition is a traveling exhibit on its way to The Children’s Museum from the Musée de la nature et des sciences in Quebec, Canada. The exhibit is designed to introduce Museum visitors to the world of microorganisms and how germs live, spread and are eventually killed. This is […]
Our Body: The Universe Within Winter 2010 An examination of the human body as never before seen in Waterloo Region – with the use of real human body specimens. The “Our Body: The Universe Within” exhibition features the human anatomy via real human bodies. And the bodies, and body parts, feature exposed anatomy, including one display that […]
GPS Adventures Created by Groundspeak, founders of Geocaching.com, GPS Adventures helps combine the excitement of a treasure hunt with the chance to inspire families to explore the great outdoors in ways you never have before. Navigating around obstacles, cracking mysterious codes and learning how to prepare for a treasure hunt are all part of the adventure designed to inspire a treasure […]
Woldemar Neufeld | Stories Told Best Fall 2009 Curated by Suzanne Luke Born on November 10, 1909 in Waldheim, Russia to prosperous Mennonite parents, Woldemar Neufeld enjoyed a happy and carefree childhood. At the age of ten, he expressed his desire to become an artist. Unfortunately, his aspirations were cut short by the outbreak of […]
Talkin’ Bout My Generation To celebrate Woodstock’s 40th anniversary, this exhibit took visitors back to the sixties through authentic memorabilia and rock posters from Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.
The Geee! In Genome This exhibition examines the basics of genes and genomics, highlighting recent scientific discoveries, their applications and the impact of genomic research on society. A wide array of topics are explored, ranging from the mapping of the human genome and its implications for the health of Canadians, to the use of genomics in agriculture, forestry and the […]
Bridges that Unite April 4, 2009 – May 3, 2009. Museum secures Bridges that Unite in Partnership with Aga Khan Foundation Canada Major Exhibition set to open in Waterloo Region invites Participants to Explore Canada’s role on the World Stage Kitchener, ON, March 5, 2009 – An interactive exhibition showcasing Canada’s ability to bridge the […]
Seals of Magdalen Island
Mission: Outer Space: A COM DEV Adventure
Andy Warhol’s Factory Featuring the original exhibit, The Art, Inspiration and Appropriation of Andy Warhol, this show took a look at Warhol’s prolific career and ongoing legacy through over sixty authentic Warhol’s and works by a dozen contemporary artists appropriating Warhol today.
An Arctic Adventure (A Celebration of Canada’s North?)
Dinosaurs Alive! A collection of life -sized, animatronic dinosaurs! Beginning in the summer of 2008, The Children’s Museum is proud to announce it’s next major exhibition, Dinosaurs Alive! Scheduled to be at the Museum until January of 2009, the six month run of the 6000 square foot Dinosaurs Alive! will attract families from across […]
Discovering Chimpanzees: The Remarkable World of Jane Goodall sparked interest with students and educators through an interactive exploration of Dr. Jane Goodall’s life work with chimpanzees, including replicas of her work tent and jungle scenes.
Techno Bio Style: Reinventing Nature Sept 18, 2008 – Jan 6, 2008 Nature’s inventions often exceed our own abilities to imagine and create. This exhibition demonstrates how human beings use nature as their inspiration to create, and invent! Discover the connection between Velcro and burdock, sonar and dolphins, architecture and elephants. Prepare to be fascinated, […]
THEMUSEUM offers over 20 education programs that directly follow the Ontario Ministry of Education’s curriculum with subjects ranging from art and language to science and math. From diverse exhibitions to unique and engaging programs, THEMUSEUM is proud to offer a wide variety of museum experiences designed to support and enhance the lessons being taught in your […]
The Robotic Chair September 20, 2008 – January 6, 2009 A collaborative project by Canadian contemporary artist Max Dean along with Raffaello D’Andrea and Matt Donovan, this chair falls apart and before your eyes and reassembles itself.
Edward Burtynsky: Power to Change After a successful run of Chagall for Children, The Children’s Museum is following up with a breathtaking, original exhibition featuring the work of a Canadian artist. The exhibit, Edward Burtynsky: Power to Change, is a collection of photography combined with an interactive installation designed to let people pause and witness […]
An interactive and in depth look at the life and work of French artist, Marc Chagall.
Comments on identity, by Black Canadian Artists Curated by Karen Carter, at THEMUSEUM from January 25 – April 23, 2023 Today, the idea of people dispersing around the world is often associated with immigration and the circumstances that push and pull large groups of people to leave their homelands to inhabit new and unfamiliar lands. […]