Join our curators Adam Bunch and Morgan Campbell as they lead you through the exhibit and provide insight on the stories and their curatorial process.
Ride the highs and the lows of Toronto’s sports histories in our latest exhibition, Winners & Losers. We are a city of record breakers, rebel rousers, and game changers. Sports have shaped our city for generations — from infamous bat flips and buzzer-beating three-pointers, to Stanley Cup curses and fairweather fandoms. Whether they bring us together or reflect our divisions, the sports we play tell us a story.
This unique curator-led tour is your chance to go behind-the-scenes with the curators and see our city’s vibrant stories brought to life!
Saturday, February 3rd, 2024 1pm & 3pm
Saturday, January 20th, 2024 1pm & 3pm
Saturday, December 9th, 2023 1pm & 3pm
Admission for this tour is free. Register below.
401 Richmond Street West
Meet the Curators
Winners & Losers is co-curated by author and historian Adam Bunch, and veteran sports writer and TV commentator Morgan Campbell.
The exhibition was conceptualized and developed by the team at Myseum of Toronto.
Myseum of Toronto is made possible with the generous support of Diane Blake and Stephen Smith.
Adam Bunch is an award-winning storyteller who brings the history of Toronto and Canada to life. He’s the author of The Toronto Book of the Dead and The Toronto Book of Love, the host of the Canadiana documentary series, and the creator of the Toronto Dreams Project. He’s taught history at George Brown College and created writing workshops for the Toronto Public Library. He’s spoken at the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Royal Ontario Museum, and his writing has appeared in The Toronto Star, Spacing Magazine and The Huffington Post. His work popularizing Canadian history was recognized with an honourable mention for a Governor General’s Award in 2012.
Morgan Campbell joined CBC Sports in 2021 as the first Senior Contributor after 18 standout years at the Toronto Star. In 2004 he won the National Newspaper Award for “Long Shots,” a serial narrative about a high school basketball team from Scarborough. Later created, hosted and co-produced “Sportonomics,” a weekly video series examining the business of Sport. And he spent his last two years at the Star authoring the Sports Prism initiative, a weekly feature covering the intersection of sports, race, business, politics and culture. Morgan is also a TedX lecturer, and a frequent contributor to several CBC platforms, including the extremely popular and sorely-missed Sports Culture Panel on CBC Radio Q. His work has been featured in the New York Times, the Literary Review of Canada, and the Best Canadian Sports Writing anthology.
Sam Laskaris has been a Toronto-based freelance writer since 1986. His articles have been published in more than 250 newspapers and magazines across Canada and the United States. Sam specializes in sports writing but also writes about numerous topics including news, business, entertainment and economic developments for various publications. His first two sports books, on NFL player Aaron Rodgers and U.S. gymnast Simone Biles, will be published next summer.
How to Find Us
Find the 401 Richmond on Richmond Street West between Spadina Avenue and Peter Street.
Find our gallery space at the Eastern Entrance of the building, next to the Spacing Store. This entrance is wheelchair accessible.
The 401 Richmond Building is a bustling hub, we invite you to explore after your time at Myseum!