Louise-Anne Laroche

  • August 28, 2017 Hey Doll

    By: Louise-Anne Laroche


    As a visitor, I experienced a mixture of awe and incredulity: long showcases full of the same doll over and over, but each dressed differently or enjoying a different lifestyle.
    Content Type(s): Blog
  • August 16, 2017 Gold! I Found Gold!

    By: Louise-Anne Laroche


    Barkerville is the largest heritage site in western North America with 100 historical and 21 replica heritage buildings.
    Content Type(s): Blog Subject(s): Reviews
  • January 14, 2015 The Adventure of Exhibit Planning VII

    By: Graham Iddon, Louise-Anne Laroche


    An exhibition fabrication company was finally selected by the Museum to produce the upcoming “Voices from the Engraver” travelling exhibition. It’s all very exciting.
    Content Type(s): Blog Subject(s): Exhibitions
  • May 30, 2014 Going to an Opening

    By: Louise-Anne Laroche


    Going to an opening is always exciting. You get to see the reaction of visitors and how other museums treat a given subject - in this case a subject related to our own.
    Content Type(s): Blog Subject(s): Reviews
  • March 4, 2014 Three, two, one - In the Money is a go

    By: Louise-Anne Laroche


    On 19 February our newest travelling exhibition In the Money left the Ottawa area to start its journey across Canada. This will be an exciting adventure, not only for us at the Currency Museum (nervously monitoring its progress from afar), but also for the visitors who will learn more about our currency, its history and the technology behind it.
    Content Type(s): Blog Subject(s): Exhibitions
  • August 14, 2013 Museum on the Go: In The Money on now at the Canada Science and Technology Museum, Ottawa

    By: Louise-Anne Laroche


    Summertime: a time to relax and, for most of us, to travel. Years ago, advertisers used to tell us how easy it was to travel: you only needed your bikini, your toothbrush and, naturally, a good travel agency to set you up anywhere in the world. That might still be true for people but for travelling exhibitions the packing process is a bit more involved.
    Content Type(s): Blog Subject(s): Exhibitions