Storytelling Award — $500
This new Storytelling Award replaces past years’ “Best Website Award” and “Best News and Media Award.”
How we share BC History is evolving rapidly. Community historians are sharing video, audio and visual content in novel and exciting ways, using websites, video, social media, podcasts, apps, and more. As technology and society evolves, BC’s public historians are rising to the challenge, responding creatively to reach new and broader audiences.
The Storytelling Award recognizes excellence in storytelling in non-traditional formats.
Open to organizations, groups and individuals who engage the hearts and minds of visitors while exploring British Columbia’s rich heritage, the award seeks to reward those who dream big, push boundaries to innovate and take risks, regardless of organizational size, budget or size.
Eligible Individuals & Organizations
Nominations for the Storytelling Award are open to all individuals and organizations working with history and heritage in the Province of British Columbia. Nominees must be nominated by a member of the BCHF.
- Design and presentation of virtual programs;
- video series;
- and more.
Winners of the Storytelling Award shall receive a certificate, a year’s membership to the British Columbia Historical Federation and $500. Winners will be announced at the Awards Gala at the annual BCHF Conference.
How to Nominate
Fill out the online form to nominate. Please email Anna with any additional documents or questions: email@example.com.
Nominations are due by 11:59 pm on March 1
• 2021 Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Centre
Honorable mention: Maple Ridge Family History Group