Upcoming: Dec 8
Renewing Canadian Museum Policy – Info Session
This is an informal information session where we can chat about the Museum Policy, highlight the survey that Canadian Heritage has circulated, and discuss future impacts.
Deadline: Dec 5
Call for TEAM Program Advisors | TEAM Mates
The Training, Evaluation, & Advice for Museums (TEAM) program will build upon BCMA’s nearly 75-year history and look to museum training programs from across Canada to offer critical evaluation and support in a proposed seven key areas of museum operation. The BCMA is seeking museum professionals from all career backgrounds and specialties.
Upcoming: December 7
Watercooler Wednesday takes place every first Wednesday of the month. Tis the season and we would love to celebrate the holidays with you at our last Watercooler Wednesday of 2022 on December 7th at 3:30 PM!
Upcoming: December 12
Tea & Talk
Connect with museum, gallery, and heritage IBPOC professionals from across British Columbia. Brew a mug of tea, and join Network Coordinator Jazmin to catch up, ask questions, seek advice, and chat.
Governance 101 for Arts, Culture, and Heritage Organizations in British Columbia will provide board members and individuals interested in serving on not-for-profit boards with an overview of legal responsibilities, strategies for success, and more!
Join the BCMA in welcoming staff from the BC Arts Council and First Peoples Cultural Council to discuss funding opportunities for Indigenous-led projects,
Finding a streaming platform that fits your needs can help you deliver an exciting experience for audiences during your next virtual or hybrid event. There are a number of user-friendly platforms that allow you to increase the production value of your next event without having to hire a contractor.
Both in-person and virtual attendees expect something unique and exciting that is designed to provide a similar level of experience. The following points will help you clearly define your hybrid event, create community, and retain audiences for future sessions.
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.