The season opens with Moon Mission, a space-themed party on October 25th.
Using text, audio and video, this multimedia exhibit is designed to give space for a plurality of voices to “[tell] an Indigenous expressionism across Turtle Island” reads the gallery notes.
A couple Cold War cold ones? Big Rig, Stalwart, and Ridge Rock breweries are all participating in the inaugural tasting event.
The winning photographs of the World Press Photo Exhibition 2019 will be on display in the Canadian War Museum until August 11.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Some of the artifacts are too fragile to visit North America again.
The temporary gallery hosts around 90 minerals.
With Halloween quickly approaching, the mood is right for Haunted Walks.
Oscar Rejlander is variously known as “Father of Art Photography” and “Grandfather of Photoshop, but most people draw a blank when his name is mentioned, that is if it’s mentioned at all.
The exhibition’s title is taken from the proposed name for a new geological epoch some scientists believe we already inhabit.
There are vintage microscopes and medical devices, the world’s first musical synthesizer (invented by Ottawa physicist Hugh Le Caine), an Iron Man-like diving suit and much more. Spread across 11 exhibition spaces, the subject areas range from Into the Great Outdoors to Wearable Tech. There is the wild array of 700 objects in the Artifact Alley central hallway and the hands-on fun of Zooom, a play space specifically designed for kids 8 and under.
For many, this weekend marks the beginning of the holiday season and it’s safe to say you’ll get your fill of holiday cheer with everything happening in town. Not quite ready to welcome winter? Plenty for you too so read on and enjoy your weekend!
From October 19, 2017 until March 18, 2018, the Canadian Biennial will run at the National Gallery of Canada. The Biennial provides the gallery an opportunity to curate a show of the departments of Contemporary Art, Indigenous Art and the Canadian Photography Institute’s acquisitions since 2014.
Arctic enthusiasts can enjoy a new special exhibit featuring glimpses of life in Nunavut as the Museum’s northern programming continues in the permanent Canada Goose Arctic Gallery. Voices from Nunavut is a video project featuring photos and videos taken by northern youth from each of Nunavut’s 25 communities using iPads that had been provided to the youth to help capture daily experiences in Canada’s Arctic territory.
Canada Day marks the culmination of nearly 5 years of work at the Canadian Museum of History when the new Canadian History Hall, the museum’s marquee exhibition, opens to the public for the first time.
The new Canadian History Hall is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition on Canadian history ever developed.