This evening will open with a reception amid the museum’s impressive trains. Delegates are then invited to enjoy a three course plated meal. Cash bar.
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Transport Collections in a Changing Cultural Landscape Sharon Babaian and Fiona Smith Hale, Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation; Jim Cullen Transport museums and collections are part of a rapidly changing cultural landscape. Their core functions remain the same – to collect, conserve, document, and interpret the material, textual, and oral history of […]
After an unexpected closure in 2014, the Canada Science and Technology Museum reopened in November 2017. This private tour of the all-new museum will share the story of its rebuilding and will give delegates the opportunity to dive into Canada’s scientific and technological history.
Excursion to Exporail IATM delegates will travel to nearby St-Constant for a specially-designed tour of Exporail, the Canadian Railway Museum. http://www.exporail.org/en/welcome-to-exporail/
AR Technology Application in Science and Technology Museum – ‘Roaming in Science and Technology Museum’ of China Science and Technology Museum as an Example Qianqian Hao, China Science and Technology Museum This presentation uses the app ‘Roaming in Science and Technology Museum’ of China Science and Technology Museum as an example of how the exhibition […]
This casual evening event is an occasion to meet or reconnect with fellow IATM members and supporters. Light canapés and cash bar is included.
In the heart of the City of Ottawa, the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum is a uniquely urban working farm. Delegates will have the opportunity to explore the barns, meet the animals, and visit the exhibits.
Study tour: Old and New Technologies in Canada’s Capital City Bytown Museum and National Gallery of Canada Built in 1832, the Rideau Canal spans 202 km to connect the Ottawa River with Lake Ontario and the Saint Lawrence River. With an impressive network of 45 locks, the construction of the canal was a feat of […]
This behind-the-scenes tour will give delegates the opportunity to explore the museum’s extensive aircraft collection, learn about Canada’s fascinating aeronautical and aerospace history, and converse with curators and interpretative staff.