Des visites commentées en français, offertes par les Guides du ROM, ont lieu tous les jours à 14 h. Ces visites d'environ 45 minutes sont gratuites avec votre billet d'entrée au ROM (visite générale, visite d'une salle ou visite thématique).
For those interested in the struggles of women artists to be accepted in the early 20th century, the Heliconian Club is presenting an evening with speaker Charles Hill, former curator of Canadian Art at the National Gallery of Canada. Charles will speak about the history of women artists, the social context and the clubs they formed for support, such as the Heliconian Club, founded in 1909. A panel discussion of women artists will follow the talk with Heather Gentleman, Nevena Niagolova and Janne Reuss.
A group show of Heliconian Club members past and present, featuring the works of Florence McGillivray, mentor to Tom Thomson. Opening reception on Saturday, March 3, 2018 1-4pm Special presentation on Florence McGillivray’s work at 2pm FREE ADMISSION The Heliconian Club, 35 Hazelton Avenue, Toronto. To view by appointment call 416-922-3618
Comprised of seven expert performers from a variety of musical traditions and backgrounds, Polaris incorporates an eclectic palette of influences in their music, and performs on traditional instruments from Scandinavia, percussion from Asia, Africa and the Middle East, and other instruments from the folk, classical and early music worlds.
All concerts will take place at Victoria Chapel on the University of Toronto campus. Tickets are available for advance purchase, and they will also be available at the door. For more details and/or ticket order information, please visit the website: www.scaramella.ca.
From the Bronze Age to the Space Age, new ROM trips feature archaeologists (Trinity Jackman, Giles Spence Morrow) and scientists (Bob McDonald, CBC Quirks and Quarks). Ancient Greece, classic Peru, and Russia's cosmonauts training centre are the destinations in The Traveller, the Royal Ontario Museum's travel newsletter.
Since its founding in 1972, the Toronto Consort has become internationally recognized for its excellence in the performance of medieval, renaissance and early baroque music. Some of Canada’s leading early music specialists have come together to form the Toronto Consort whose members include both singers and instrumentalists (lute, recorder, guitar, flute, early keyboards and percussion).
Find a new reason to fall in love with music. Go beyond the performance and take part in a Music Appreciation session. Join musical experts and fellow enthusiasts as you explore a diverse range of musical genres. Select sessions may also include live performances and/or special ticket offers.
The Toronto Heliconian Club is the oldest association of its kind in Canada. Founded in 1909 to give women in the arts and letters an opportunity to meet socially and intellectually, the club holds to its original purpose while responding to the changes of contemporary life. Website for activities, concerts, lectures and more.