On November 22, 2017, take part in a one-day, province-wide workshop, “Voicing Contested Histories,” to explore the the important role we as cultural heritage professionals play in giving voice to diverse perspectives on history.
In the spirit of the Canada 150 themes of reconciliation, diversity and inclusion, the day will focus on issues and best practices for building relationships to support these themes within your museum or heritage institution. After an introductory overview, you will participate in facilitated, small-group discussions inspired by panel presentations.
“Voicing Contested Histories” is presented by the BC Museums Association, Royal Roads University, the British Columbia Heritage Branch and Heritage BC.
The workshop is open to any and all cultural heritage professionals interested in supporting diversity, inclusion and reconciliation efforts around our province.
The event takes place Wednesday November 22, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC.
You can participate in-person or online. Secure your seat today! Register at: bcmaprovincialforum2017.eventbrite.ca.