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Myseum on the Move: Scarborough Museum

Myseum of Toronto

Sunday, 14 June 2015 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)

Myseum on the Move: Scarborough Museum

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Focusing on the natural, built and cultural layers that make Toronto a rich urban environment, we are asking people of all ages to share their objects and stories to document the experiences that help us create meaning in our city. Your sharing will help us to build the Myseums first digital collection that represents the diversity of experience in Toronto. 

Participants will be asked questions about their object or story such as: Why are they important to you? What does it add to the story of Toronto? How did you acquire it? How old you think it is? Is there anything you would like to learn about the object or story? We will have multidisciplinary Knowledge Keeperson site to document and discuss the importance of objects and stories with participants.

We are pleased to announce that the following individuals will act as Knowledge Keepers:

Amy Barron, Curator at Scugog Shores Museum

Cynthia Marie Loch-Drake, Adjunct Professor at York University 

David Raymont, President of the York Pioneer & Historical Society

Ed Conroy, Curator of Retrontario.com

George Dunbar, Retired Photographer known for Then and Now photographs on urbantoronto.ca

Julie Crooks, PhD Candidate and Research Fellow

John Summers, Manager at Halton Region Heritage Services and Curator at Halton Region Museum 

Have questions about Myseum on the Move: Scarborough Museum? Contact Myseum of Toronto

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Thomson Memorial Park
1007 Brimley Road
Toronto, ON M1P 3E8
Canada

Sunday, 14 June 2015 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)


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Myseum of Toronto

Myseum is your Toronto museum. Our engaging programs and experiences showcase the history, spaces, cultures, architecture, and the people, that represent Toronto’s unique place in the world.

My Toronto. My Stories. Myseum.

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