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Posted On Friday, June 14, 2024

Waterloo Region, ON – Schneider Haus is pleased to open Matrilineal Hauntings, a new installation of sculptures by Toronto-based artist and art historian Kathy Kranias. Drawing on her family history in her matrilineal line, the exhibition explores intimate partner violence, the effects felt intergenerationally, and the “tension between quiet violence and injustice” that parallels our current times.
Matrilineal Hauntings features five ceramic vessels...

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Posted On Tuesday, June 04, 2024

Waterloo Region, ON – Currents of Change: Inspiring Action Along the Grand River, a new exhibit from the Region of Waterloo Museums, is now open at McDougall Cottage Historic Site. With a blend of history, ecology, Indigenous and settler narratives, Currents of Change examines the profound and dynamic connection between the Grand River, Waterloo Region’s heritage, and our collective future. 
Through consultations with Indigenous communities, conservation...

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Posted On Thursday, May 09, 2024

Artificial Intelligence: Your Mind & The Machine , the first travelling museum exhibition to focus on the reality and relevance of artificial intelligence (AI), is opening on May 10 at Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum. Designed to appeal to visitors of all ages, the exhibit presents the technology in easy-to-understand terms with accessible games and hands-on interactives.
Developed by The Relayer Group, Artificial Intelligence: Your Mind & The Machine provides...

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Posted On Friday, March 22, 2024

Waterloo Region – The Region of Waterloo is seeking input from residents on the future programming, experiences, stories, and new uses at Doon Heritage Village.
Like other cultural institutions around the world, The Region of Waterloo's Doon Heritage Village is reflecting on which stories of culture and heritage it shares – and which are missing. The Region of Waterloo Museum team is seeking input from the community on how it might expand the stories, resources...

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Posted On Thursday, March 07, 2024

Waterloo Region – The Region of Waterloo Museums and Libraries offer a wide variety of daily activities during March Break. With programming for all ages, this is the ideal opportunity to explore the Region’s cultural offerings. Explore our three historic sites  Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum ,  McDougall Cottage  and  Schneider Haus  each offering March Break activities included with admission, and a few ticketed events ($)....
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