Creative Spark Inventor exhibit

We were delighted to have the exhibit Creative Spark Inventive Women displayed during Women’s History Month at Seneca College. The exhibit presented the creativity, commitment and, at times, courage of women working in various fields including science and technology. The students benefited from the exposure to these untold histories.
Many Thanks,
Elise Dintsman, Phd.
Seneca College

Creative Spark Inventor Exhibit and Curator Presentation for Your School!

For students from grade four through to post-secondary.

Your students will enjoy this fun and highly informative Creative Spark Exhibiion! Four themes to choose from – Female Inventors, Canadian Inventors, Youth Inventors, and Inventors (general, historical, contemporary, and global).

Perfect complement to:

  • Science Fair activities and events
  • Women’s History Month (October)
  • International Women’s Day (March 8, 2016)
  • Invention Convention activities
  • Canadian history activities for Canada’s 150 anniversary

Exhibit Format:

  • 20 panels per exhibit, each 16” w x 24” h, free-standing on tables
  • tables to be supplied by school

Curator Presentation by Annie Wood, Founder of Inventive Kids (1 hour):

  • 45 min talk, and 15 min Q&A
  • tailored to age level and any requests made by school


  • Exhibit only: $300 per week, in GTA, (includes set-up and take down, and three posters for the wall to advertise the exhibit)
  • Exhibit plus a one hour Curator Presentation: $500

Four Exhibits To Choose From!

Can you name three inventions by women? You’ll be able to after seeing this exhibition on historical and contemporary female inventors from around the world with a focus on Canadian women.
Pablum, the snow mobile and the hockey mask are just three of Canada’s invention contributions to the world!
Did you know that earmuffs and the machine that folds a sheet of paper into a flat-bottomed paper bag were invented by young people? Meet creative and innovative youth from the past whose inventions we still use today, and young aspiring inventors who will be shaping our future.
About inventors – ancient and modern, male and female, young and old, African-American and Canadian, Aboriginal Canadians, and from around the world!