This month we're featuring a Friend of THEMUSEUM who has helped us spearhead one of our popular children's programs: Maker Club.
This week we're exploring Australia and Antarctica, and learning about the dinosaurs that used to roam these unique continents!
Liza Giffen, the Archives Director for the Stratford Festival Archives, answered a few questions about the costumes on display in the Stratford's Discovering Fantasy exhibition.
This week we're discovering different species from Europe, Asia and Africa!
Community members are a very important aspect of THEMUSEUM. Mike Farwell, who works for KW’s 570News, is one of our frequent visitors, but he also collaborates with us for some of his own events, including fundraisers for Cystic Fibrosis.
Different species of dinosaurs lived in different locations. This week, we're digging up species from North and South America.
An ellipsis is a punctuation mark; it is a series of dots used to omit words or whole sentences from written text, but doesn’t alter the text’s original meaning. But what happens when you take the idea of an ellipsis and transcend the boundaries of written text to translate the idea into art?
Planet Earth hasn’t always looked the same. When the first dinosaurs roamed our planet during the Triassic Period there was only one continent: Pangea.
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