Meet Nacho the Curl Crested Aracari, Sonic the Barn Owl + pals tomorrow (May 29) in the Schad Gallery!
Join @EarthRangers Ambassadors from 11am-2pm for a special meet & greet. Snap a pic, ask questions & find out more about the Backyard Biologist Contest! rb.gy/n3yj8e
Join us in the Daphne Cockwell Gallery dedicated to First Peoples' art & culture for #DoorsOpenTO – more than 1000 objects exploring the history, living cultures and contributions of Indigenous peoples.
Black bear cubs will often climb trees while safely waiting for their mother to bring food.
In the rainforest of Anan in Alaska, this little cub decided to take an afternoon nap on a moss-covered branch under the watchful eye of a juvenile bald eagle.
Lots of people talking about the Nemegt Formation today because of #PrehistoricPlanet. Here’s a cast skull of of the tyrannosaur Tarbosaurus, apex predator of that ecosystem, from the @ROMtoronto collections.
Join us starting June 11, for the first stop on an international tour of this acclaimed exhibition created by Warner Bros. Themed Entertainment and @NHM_London, where it originally debuted.
Book your tickets today! rom.on.ca/en/exhibitions…
Fantastic Beasts™: The Wonder of Nature explores the links between natural and mythical worlds, encouraging a greater connection to our planet and empowering us all to be advocates for its care. You will be awed by the powerful combination of science, nature & imagination.
Join ROM's @SorenBrothers and internationally acclaimed photographer Ed Burtynsky for a special screening of Burtynsky’s visually dazzling documentary Watermark.
Our in-person program will be hosted on May 26, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm.
Join ROM's Alexander Palmer and fashion insider Sarah Jay on May 25 for our online program: "Sustainable Fashion for a Greener World." They discuss how consumers can shift lifestyle behaviours in order to live and look better, and to protect Earth.
#ROMWPY celebrates our beautiful planet and encourages us all to think differently about our impact on our shared home. Don't miss your chance to see it before it closes on May 29.
Due to deforestation & hunting, there are an estimated 6,000 of them left in the wild. Conservation groups have been set up to work closely with local communities to promote the importance of preserving the land & protecting an endangered species. #EndangeredSpeciesDay
Fondly known as Dantita, this Baird’s tapir was photographed at the foothills of Braulio Carrillo National Park, in central Costa Rica. Known as 'gardeners of the forest', they're very important to their natural habitat.
📸: Peek a boo by Michiel Van Noppen, The Netherlands4
Take a look around this richly immersive experience that includes images, text, videos and links to give a real sense of being inside the museum and genuinely “up close and personal” with these remarkable creatures. #InternationalMuseumDay
To register: rom.on.ca/en/learn/activ…
This process can preserve fine details, like the bark or growth rings on the inside. The red & yellow colours come from traces of iron trapped in the rock.
Get close to a tree that lived with some of the earliest dinosaurs in the Dawn of Life Gallery! rom.on.ca/en/exhibitions…
It's #LoveATreeDay, and we are not ✨petrified✨ to admit that we are in awe of this 212 million-year-old conifer tree trunk.
Over millions of years, minerals slowly seeped into these dead trees, replacing the wood & turning the plant into stone.
Bowie strikes us as the kind of dog who knows when to go out but knows when to stay in (and get things done). 👏
Happy Friday, everyone! If you go out, we've got we've got a slew of fun things to do:rom.on.ca/en/exhibitions…h
📸: whippetbowie on InstagrabG
Drawing on her interdisciplinary research and personal stories, watch climate scientist @KHayhoe in conversation with ROM’s @SorenBrothers as she makes the case for hope and healing as we face the greatest existential crisis in humanity’s history.
Wild about whales? 🐋🐋🐋
You've still got until July 3rd to visit Great Whales: Up Close and Personal! Discover three incredible great whales of Canada's east coast, their complex relationships with humans, and what we can do to save themrom.on.ca/en/exhibitions…RRo
The exhibition guide for Swapnaa Tamhane: Mobile Palace is available through our online store - explore how the artist brings together layered fabric compositions that challenge traditional hierarchies between art and craft.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year is on now until May 29, 2022.
Experience nature in vivid detail and get up close to some of the world's most extraordinary species, the lives they live, and the challenges they face.
The herd reacted instantly, surrounding the young & reaching out their trunks for reassurance. "There is something magical and beautiful when you observe elephants – it touches your soul and pulls at your heartstrings."
📸: Bonds of love by Peter Delaney, Ireland / South Africa
Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers and mother figures who've always got our backs. ❤️
This herd of elephants pushed their young into the middle of the group for protection. A bull elephant had been trying to separate a newborn calf from its mother. The baby let out a shriek.
Join our zoom program "Inside Swapnaa Tamhane: Mobile Palace" on May 11!
ROM’s Deepali Dewan and artist Swapnaa Tamhane, along with catalogue contributor Antonia Behan, guide us through the exhibition’s creative process.
Some things never change. 🌸 Hanami, which means flower viewing, is a Japanese tradition that dates back centuries.
Hands up if you'll be out and about this weekend taking in the gorgeous bloom of Toronto's cherry trees with a few hundred of your closest friends? �AH
DYK that ROM has the 3rd largest collection of fashion and textiles in the world?
We were thrilled to host @FashionArtTO's 2022 campaign shoot and celebrate the diversity of the fashion community in Toronto and Canada.
The robe’s motifs are achieved through a centuries old dying and weaving method known as ikat.
The final design is dyed directly into individual pieces of yarn, which must then be carefully arranged on the loom before weaving to achieve the desired effect.
This quilted cotton chapan (a type of coat or robe from Central Asia), is titled “Darth Vader II”. It is the work of Dilyara Kaipova. She blends traditional textile arts with modern motifs - in this case the helmet worn by Darth Vader. #MayThe4thBeWithYou
Unmasking the Pandemic showcases over 100 original masks, reflecting their makers' stories of resilience, cultural identity, and collective humanity in the face of a global crisis.
This exhibition is free to visit and runs through September 5, 2022.
Explore the world of invertebrates w/ award-winning photographer Gil Wizen in conversation with ROM’s Burton Lim. As a science educator with a passion for small creatures, Wizen’s work communicates the importance of our world’s tiniest organisms.