Marskell  |  THEMUSEUM  |  Food

Marskell | THEMUSEUM | Food

Toronto-born David Marskell is CEO of THEMUSEUM in downtown Kitchener. He has just celebrated a decade in the position — and one which has seen the venue’s impact in the city and Waterloo Region grow considerably.

Marskell, a graduate of the University of Guelph, has always followed his cultural and entrepreneurial instincts. He has been director of marketing at Exhibition Place and Ontario Place, Chair of the Tom Thomson Art Foundation, and advisor to the Grand River Film Festival. He is recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Award for community service.

Marskell with a can of anti-matter (Photo: WREats).

Marskell with a can of anti-matter (Photo: WREats).

THEMUSEUM is currently showing Quantum until January. Don’t miss it. “Quantum is all around us,” THEMUSEUM website says, “and is the study of how our world works on a micro-level. The Exhibition delves into the worlds of quantum mechanics, information technology, science and technology and the future of quantum while showcasing immersive and interactive elements. The exhibition also showcases Canada’s expertise in the numerous fields of quantum physics.”

Quantum mechanics aside, Marskell loves food and restaurants throughout Waterloo Region — but doesn’t eat a lot of red meat.


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