Between September 16 and October 4, 2015, a group of local artists from across Waterloo Region, who call themselves Collective Identity, have taken over THEMUSEUM’s fourth floor gallery space. During this time, they are showcasing an art exhibition called Fast Forward Waterloo Region.
The University of Waterloo’s Development Learning Lab sends researchers throughout the year to THEMUSEUM to interact with some of our youngest visitors.
This week, we treated ourselves to some pumpkin-flavoured goodies. After all, local businesses are the ones helping to spread the #DTKLove and make the core #DTKAwesome, right?
Cam Turner helped THEMUSEUM spearhead Maker Club, and has also gone on to start his own organization, Tinker Truck. Maker Club sessions, which run once a month, have sold out consistently for the past six months.
Between September 16 and October 4, 2015, a group of local artists from across Waterloo Region, who call themselves Collective Identity, have taken over THEMUSEUM’s fourth floor gallery space. During this time, they are showcasing an art exhibition called Fast Forward Waterloo Region. Previously: #FFWR: What do you see in 50 years?
From now until Labour Day come discover the worlds of magic and fantasy, space, science, interactive art and more! Previously: Transcending the Physical Boundaries of Theater, Discovering Pluto, Discovering the Moon and Discovering Ellipsis.
For the third year in a row, THEMUSEUM is pleased to present its annual Refugee Art Show, which will be on display from June 3 to June 21, 2015. The installation coincides with World Refugee Day, which is observed every year on June 20.
2001: A Space Odyssey Art & Music Experience allowed visitors to dance through space and time. The iconic Star Child hung from the ceiling, and photo-ops were available with in infamous HAL 9000. Tight & Bright 80s Retro Laser Dance Party featured a breathtaking laser show, and a DJ and live musicians that entertained guests all night.
After five years, Studio 54 is back again! This time, guests can pick a side to this year’s theme: Saints and Sinners. Whether you’re naughty or nice, good or evil, you can dress up, act the part, and let loose on Saturday, February 28.
For the fourth year in a row The Brush Off is back! On January 24, THEMUSEUM will come alive with some of Waterloo Region’s most well-known and emerging artists. The night will be filled with live-art, music, a cash bar, and quality entertainment.