THEMUSEUM and Corus Radio want to see your awkward so we crown Waterloo Region’s Most Awkward Family in a hilarious photo contest! We want your family to be immortalized in one of our new exhibits – Awkward Family Photos. Simply round up your family (in the ugliest matching sweaters you can find, of course) and […]
To celebrate all things awkward, we’ve teamed up with Just for Laughs to giveaway tickets to Demetri Martin’s Let’s Get Awkward Tour at Centre in the Square.
To bring our next exhibition to life, we’re encouraging visitors to take photos with the posed mannequins and immerse themselves into their perfectly curated scenes. THEMUSEUM will also embrace this kind of interactive engagement prior to the opening of Whose Reality Is It? on October 4, 2017 by curating a collection of user-generated photographs.
Join THEMUSEUM, Corus Entertainment and TOQUE Magazine in THERECROOM for the opening of Model Citizens this October 2017.
THEMUSEUM will be closed for the month of September due to Sustainable Lighting Upgrades and will re-open on October 4, 2017!
THEMUSEUM and The Walper Hotel have teamed up once again to bring the Second Annual #UnWeddingShow to downtown Kitchener! This exciting event will provide brides and grooms with unique options to make their day as special as can be.
Still not sure what to do with the kids? With March Break literally right around the corner, THEMUSEUM has arranged a variety of events, activities, guests, and much more to keep you and your children covered. Below you’ll find 5 interactive, exciting, and inspiring things to do this March Break.
THEMUSEUM is privileged to host two spectacular science exhibitions this winter: Quantum: The Exhibition and Nature Unleashed: Inside Natural Disasters. In keeping with the theme, this year’s Winter Break Camp is called “Science Adventure.” The Day Camp Team here at THEMUSEUM will take campers on a journey through science from the geological to the subatomic, from the biological to the technological. We’ll introduce campers to a range of topics through hands-on activities that will spark their imaginations.
Communication has changed drastically over time with the move from analog to digital. We are instantly connected and plugged in to the digital world around us through inventions in new media and technology. This transformation is the primary basis of Laura Snider’s installation, Phone, which is on display as part of the Fast Forward Waterloo Region exhibition.
A week ago we teamed up with our friends at The Walper Hotel to capture some amazing moments throughout downtown Kitchener.