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The Christopher Ondaatje South Asian Gallery

A new permanent gallery, located in the Museum's main floor suite of Asian galleries. This new gallery presents artifacts from the ROM's collections from South Asia including wall relief panels, religious sculpture, illuminated manuscripts, textiles, arms and armour, jewelry and richly ornamented decorative arts. Canada's first permanent South Asian gallery, its innovative design and display techniques express the unity and diversity of this unique region.

Opened November 30, 2000, indefinite run.
Christopher Ondaatje South Asian Gallery, Street Level.

The Royal Ontario Museum and the ROM Foundation are grateful to Christopher Ondaatje, C.B.E., O.C., whose generous contribution has made the development of this gallery possible.

The ROM Foundation acknowledges the achievements of the South Asian advisory committee and the support of the South Asian community in establishing a permanent South Asian presence at the ROM.

 

Growing Cultures

Featuring the work of well-known photographer Vince Pietropaolo, this exhibition is a photographic journey that explores Toronto's diverse multicultural identity through a series of 60 works highlighting gardening traditions from around the world.

May 6 to January 6, 2002
Heritage Gallery of Canada's Peoples, Level 1B (One Below)