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STEM Week

Posted on: October 16, 2017 by THEMUSEUM

Calling all educators! Challenge your students to a day of interactive S.T.E.M activities and workshops. Make, tinker, build, and connect with professionals from Waterloo Region’s tech sector to showcase the potential of pursuing S.T.E.M based careers! It all starts here. Curriculum Connections: Science and Technology Understanding Structures and Mechanisms Understanding Matter and Engery Grade Levels: […]

GRFF Presents: Geek Girls and a Q&A with Gina Hara

Posted on: September 21, 2017 by THEMUSEUM

Kick-off your evening with a viewing of THEMUSEUM’s feature exhibition, Model Citizens, before Grand River Film Festival’s screening of the 2017 film, Geek Girls, by director Gina Hara. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Gina Hara. About the Film: When filmmaker Gina Hara sets out to explore the hidden half of nerd culture, […]

Mann: A Short Film by Kyle Sawyer and Director Q&A

Posted on: September 21, 2017 by THEMUSEUM

Beginning October 2017, THEMUSEUM will present Model Citizens featuring two disparate yet playfully connected photography-based exhibitions, Awkward Family Photos and Whose Reality Is It?, that provoke dialogue about our connections with technology, digital media and ultimately each other. THEMUSEUM, which built a reputation on provoking conversation with its relevant and often controversial exhibitions, will present dynamic dialogues each Wednesday during the […]

Life Asks™ Pop-Up Community Conversations

Posted on: September 1, 2017 by THEMUSEUM

What stories can we tell each other that will make a difference to the way we live, work, do business, launch innovative projects, and interact together in community? And how can we make these stories go viral? Join us for a Pop-Up on Community Conversations. You show up, grab a drink, pick conversations of your […]

Documenting Downtown Change: A Community Discussion

Posted on: September 1, 2017 by THEMUSEUM

Urban change brings new and refreshing voices to our cities, and opens up opportunities to pursue sustainability and improvements to many peoples’ well-being and quality of life. At the same time, urban change can underline the divergent ways in which people experience the city. Documenting Downtown Change is a photo-voice exhibition that shares moments in […]

Creativity: A Public Health Issue with Margaret Martin and Joan Sanger

Posted on: August 31, 2017 by THEMUSEUM

Join THEMUSEUM as the Director and Founder of the Harmony Project of America, Margaret Martin, and the artist behind Whose Reality Is It?, Joan Sanger, as they discuss the importance of creativity in brain development – particularly in light of our tech saturated lives. Martin has worked for many years researching the impact of music […]

The Frontier Within with Paul Kalbfleisch

Posted on: August 31, 2017 by THEMUSEUM

Beginning October 2017, THEMUSEUM will present Model Citizens featuring two disparate yet playfully connected photography-based exhibitions, Awkward Family Photos and Whose Reality Is It?, that provoke dialogue about our connections with technology, digital media and ultimately each other. THEMUSEUM, which built a reputation on provoking conversation with its relevant and often controversial exhibitions, will present […]

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