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Your external brain for everything to do with BC’s Museums, Galleries and Heritage Organizations.

Repatriation Call to Action

The BCMA calls upon all publicly-funded institutions to repatriate ancestral human remains and burial items.

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BCMA Year in Review 2021

As we get ready for the BCMA’s 2021 Annual General Meeting, this resource portal will help you get caught up on everything the BC Museums Association has been up to over the past year.

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BCMA 2021 Conference Host City | Surrey, BC

Experience our host location, Surrey, through virtual site tours, meet our local partners, and explore Surrey’s unique arts, culture, and heritage scene.

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Indigenous Culture & Heritage

Webinar with Sterlin Harjo - Co-Creator and Showrunner of FX's Critical Acclaimed TV Series Reservation Dogs

Museums are not neutral. Our sector enjoys a level of public trust and respect that few other institutions even come close to matching. It is critical that we help our communities understand the challenges we are facing and bring people together to take collective action in this climate crisis.

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BCMA Climate Action Podcast Series EP1: Dr. Deondre Smiles

In this episode, Dr. Smiles discusses the legacies of settler colonialism in environmentalism and climate action, as well as the potential role of the cultural sector in reimagining stewardship, centering Indigenous ways of knowing, and creative ways of relating with living environments, including more-than-human kin, in an era of climate crisis. 

Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Justice

Monthly Resources: October

Regular resource collections from Sarah Wang, IBPOC Museum Professionals Network Coordinator.

Not just for museums

We embrace a broad and inclusive definition of museums as institutions created in the public interest that engage visitors, foster deeper understanding and promote the enjoyment and sharing of authentic cultural and natural heritage.

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Resources for Settlers

Below you’ll find resources in a suggested order for those on the first steps of this journey.

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IBPOC Museum Professionals Network

Responding to the immediate needs identified by racially marginalized museum workers, the IBPOC Network hopes to provide targeted support for IBPOC and equity-seeking members of our community through workshops, webinars, networking, and resource development.

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Not sure what you’re looking for? The BCMA Brain has hundreds of resources ready to be discovered. Try one of these randomly generated resources!

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The BCMA Listserv provides a forum for members and non-members to discuss issues, post job opportunities and share news through this monitored mailing list.