City | Breakfast Television Toronto live at Aga Khan Museum

Breakfast Television’s Jenn Valentyne brings Torontonians live coverage of her visit to the Aga Khan Museum.

In the 5 videos that follow, Jenn brings out the various aspects of the museum that have made and are continuing to make Aga Khan Museum one of the most popular destinations to visit in Toronto. Click this links or the images below to watch the videos.


In conversation: Jenn Valentyne is welcomed by Aga Khan Museum’s CEO & Director Henry Kim on a special tour of the Museum. Click this link or the image below to watch the video.

1 of 5: 1000 students from the School Groups Visitation program have been enriched by the exhibition currently at the museum. (via Breakfast Television)


In conversation: Ruba Kana′an, Head of Education and Scholarly Programs gives Jenn Valentyne a special tour with of our new exhibition “The Lost Dhow” featuring many artifacts including a unique gold cup, being shown for the first time outside Singapore. Click this link or the image below to watch the video.

2 of 5: The Last Dhow Exhibition, 1st and only time being shown outside of Singapore (via Breakfast Television)


In conversation: Jenn continues her tour of the museum with Henry Kim … highlights include the Qurans and scientific manuscripts, the gorgeous marble fountain from Egypt and a stunning 900 year old candle stick holder from Iran. Click this link or the image below to watch the video.

3 of 5: 900 years old candle stick holder from 12th Century Iran. (via Breakfast Television)


In conversation: Jenn Valentyne enjoys a behind-the-scenes look at the Museum’s collection with Aga Khan Museum’s Susan who explains the conservation treatments the artifacts undergo before they are brought to life in the exhibition spaces of the museum. Click this link or the image below to watch the video.

4 of 5: Conservation treatment of artifacts before they are displayed in the exhibits . (via Breakfast Television)


In conversation: Gorgeous artwork – 18th century Syrian Damascus Panels adorning Diwan mesmerize Jenn Valentyne as she discusses an equally colorful and  delicious menu prepared by Chef Patrick Riley. Click this link or the image below to watch the video.

5 of 5: Diwan Restaurant, with the incredible artwork from Syria. It is open for lunch and dinner. (via Breakfast Television)


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