Contemporary Exhibit By Design Students at the ROM on Tuesday November 19th, from 5:30- 8:30 pm. Admission free.
The freedom of personal identity is a powerful tool. It’s also a human right; one that people in positions of power sometimes try to devalue or eliminate. As a group of students, they question why identity is sometimes such a threat.
Reflecting on both their own ethic and cultural identities, and Québec‘s recent secular government legislation Bill 21, the students have designed and made their own ‘identity headwear’ and displays, and will discuss identity with the visiting public in their first and third floor installations at the ROM. You can pick up their display scavenger hunt map once inside the ROM.
Please join us!
Venue & Address:
Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6