11:00 am - 12:15 am

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This session will explore resources and case studies that will help museums explore innovative partnerships and create diverse and meaningful ways to work with school groups using the Nova Scotia Museum's Toolbox for Museum School Programs (a free online resource). Presentation will include an in-depth look at examples from the Baile nan G'idheal / Highland Village Museum as well as examples from...
This session will explore how museums can engage community audiences to create exhibitions together, adding both content and relevance to the work the museum does. From prototyping panels and topics to requesting photographs and stories from the community, this session will challenge participants to create exhibitions that truly have the museum's audience in mind.
The repatriation of materials related to Indigenous peoples is a pressing and timely issue for all members of the museum community. Nurturing solid stakeholder relations and frameworks within which to deal with this important work are vital to museums. Speakers will share their experiences and challenges breaking new ground by repatriating ceremonial and common objects, as well as human remains....
In 2015, The Fort Edmonton Park Management Company signed Memorandums of Understanding and Cooperation with the Confederacy of Treaty Six First Nations and the Metis Nation of Alberta. The panel will lead participatory conversations on the development of these meaningful relationships with local groups and share the framework for the successful partnership. Through this case study, attendees will...
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