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This issue brings together our largest compilation of contributors yet, telling stories about sustainability; from environmental aspects to social and community aspects. I hope that we all take the time to reflect on the need for sustainability in our lives and that these articles inspire you to take action in some way to make a better future in your communities
For nearly 20 years, from the early 2000s until a series of cultural investments that started in 2017, the Province of BC spent less per capita on arts, culture, and heritage than any other province in the country.
In this BCMA Podcast episode, hear from two Haida Gwaii residents engaged in these efforts to strengthen local, sustainable food systems and how the HGFS will, in part, serve as a public repository of local food system knowledge.
An introduction to Blockchain/Cryptocurrency/NFTs. The world of the blockchain (a technology that is currently being rebranded as “Web3”) is complex, obtuse, and often seems to defy conventional logic. If you feel mystified by technologies like Bitcoin or NFTs that’s perfectly normal - the blockchain is obtuse by design.
Join the IBPOC Museum Professionals Network for an informative webinar on community-centred approaches to museum exhibits and programs.
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.