Covering the epidemic: From personal protection to personal expression.

The Royal Ontario Museum exhibits more than 100 masks made by artists, designers and makers from around the world in response to the Cove 19 epidemic. The exhibition also celebrates the creativity of more than 40 Canadian artists, including works by 15 local designers and artists. Described by its curators as “the work of love”, the exhibition will captivate visitors with themes of poetry and protest, survival and power, heroes and fighters, and art and innovation. September 18 to February 21, 2022. Free.

The exhibition will be offered free of charge to the public on the first floor of the museum, which does not require a general admission ticket.

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