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The Pre-History of Feet

Bata Shoe Museum 327 Bloor St. W., Toronto, Ontario

During The Pre-History of Feet week, kids get to create their own shoebox time machine in order to travel to the past.

Free

Clog Painting (Drop-In)

Come paint a mini clog in our Arts and Crafts Zone. Learn about the history of our clog collection and get inspired to make your own! Every Saturday from 1-3pm, with artist/educator Angie Ma for a limited time. Workshop is free with admission. No registration is required. For any questions or concerns, please email angie.ma@batashoemuseum.ca.

How We Shape Shoes and How They Shape Us

Bata Shoe Museum 327 Bloor St. W., Toronto, Ontario

Learn more about the significance of cultural shoes while getting to make their own fridge magnet clog to bring home!

Free

Clog Painting (Drop-In)

Come paint a mini clog in our Arts and Crafts Zone. Learn about the history of our clog collection and get inspired to make your own! Every Saturday from 1-3pm, with artist/educator Angie Ma for a limited time. Workshop is free with admission. No registration is required. For any questions or concerns, please email angie.ma@batashoemuseum.ca.

A Sustainable Future

Bata Shoe Museum 327 Bloor St. W., Toronto, Ontario

Discuss how shoes are impacting the environment and what we can do to reduce, reuse, and recycle materials to care for our Earth.

Free

Clog Painting (Drop-In)

Come paint a mini clog in our Arts and Crafts Zone. Learn about the history of our clog collection and get inspired to make your own! Every Saturday from 1-3pm, with artist/educator Angie Ma for a limited time. Workshop is free with admission. No registration is required. For any questions or concerns, please email angie.ma@batashoemuseum.ca.

Shoes That Travel

Where we go, our shoes often go with us! This week’s focus is looking at shoes from around the world through fun interactive games.

Free

Clog Painting (Drop-In)

Come paint a mini clog in our Arts and Crafts Zone. Learn about the history of our clog collection and get inspired to make your own! Every Saturday from 1-3pm, with artist/educator Angie Ma for a limited time. Workshop is free with admission. No registration is required. For any questions or concerns, please email angie.ma@batashoemuseum.ca.

The Future of Gender

Bata Shoe Museum 327 Bloor St. W., Toronto, Ontario

The Future of Gender focuses greatly on how shoes have been gender-specific throughout history and how times are changing.

September Salon Series

Learn about Dr. Chika Oriuwa's experience in Mattel’s #ThankYouHeroes campaign on September 21!