There’s always so much going on at The Rooms, Newfoundland and Labrador's premier cultural space. From ancient artifacts to contemporary art, from archival treasures to cultural gems, you’ll find exhibits here that intrigue, inform and impress.

Check out what’s On Now, what’s On Always, and what’s Coming Soon! And if you can’t make it down to The Rooms just now, you can still take in our Virtual Exhibits.

  • From This Place: Our Lives on Land and Sea
    A showcase of how different cultures have connected to shape this province.
  • The stories of those who served in the First World War will live on here.
  • The world premiere of a short film from internationally-celebrated media artist Myriam Yates, based on her time on Fogo Island, NL.
  • Artists Meredith Carruthers and Susannah Wesley use archival images, sound, and berry-dyed fabrics to reflect on the folklore connecting berry-picking and otherworldly experiences.
  • A flamingo shot in Newfoundland in 1977, now held in the collection of The Rooms, is the starting point for this poetic contemporary art exhibition that explores connections between collecting and colonization, and the politics of inclusion and exclusion.
  • A glimpse into the rich history of curling in Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • Here, We Made A Home
    This gallery offers insight into the unique culture and people of our province.
  • Talamh an Éisc: The Fishing Ground
    This exhibition introduces the Irish who have been here since the 1600s.
  • An exhibition of contemporary art that uses humour to play with expectations of solemnity and impenetrability in 'serious' minimal art.