About the video:

This episode of "Museum Diaries" follows the ROM's World Cultures Curator, Deepali Dewan, as she leads her team to plan, prep and launch an exhibit of the famous photographs of Raja Deen Dayal. Dayal was the personal photographer to India's Royalty in the late 1800s and his methods of photography were ground breaking. Deepali and her team are faced with various challenges in amassing three collections from around the world for this very special and intimate exhibit.

ROM Curator Deepali Dewan Uncover the famous photographs of Raja Deen Dayal: Photographer to India’s Royalty in the late 1800s →

 

Published on: March 26, 2014 | 
Length: 24:00 | 
Views: 483
 |  This video is available until: August 28, 2014
 

Museum Diaries

Enigmatic and enthusiastic specialists in their fields lead curious viewers behind-the-scenes of the venerable Royal Ontario Museum and on the daily adventures of its curators, technicians and investigators. "Museum Diaries" invites viewers behind the displays, into the bowels of the museum and out into the field. Through first-hand accounts of the dedicated curators and technicians, we explore natural history, science, art and culture. As each curator leads us on a journey of exploration, we learn about their personal passion for their field of research, bear witness to the logistical and technological limitations which frustrate them and experience the triumph and euphoria of their breakthroughs and discoveries - as together, they forge the modern-day diaries of the Royal Ontario Museum.