ROM – a virtual experience: Place, Connection, and Community
What is ROM – a virtual experience: Place, Connection, and Community?
ROM and SRCHC have partnered to offer a one hour long virtual experience of select ROM objects. The museum experience aims to create access for Ontarians to peek into this famous institution, through a structured and guided tour, from the comforts of one’s home.
Each week, we will rotate between key themes, to allow for conversations about place, connections, and community to emerge. These five themes are:
• Community/Found Families
• How are you doing?
Who can attend?
Anyone who is over the age of 18 with an internet connection and capability to participate in a virtual Zoom meeting can register for the virtual tour!
Up to 6 people can register per group.
What is the theme for this week?
What does it cost to attend?
It is completely FREE.
Who developed the program?
Staff from Royal Ontario Museum as well as peer facilitators and staff from South Riverdale Community Health Centre co-designed this program. We have curated an experience from a lens of social awareness and chronic disease management that is grounded in reflection in which the museum serves as an opportunity for people living with long term health condition to be present with the objects, learn, and interact with others in a fun and creative manner.
Registration is mandatory.
Registration available till Thursday, April 8, 2021
- Upon registration we will provide you with a Zoom link for the event