Community Chat: Repatriation, Where and How to Start: What you need to know in advance to help your repatriation work be successful
MAS Museums Advisor, Sarah Durham, will be joining us on Thursday August 23rd, at 1:00pm via Zoom, to respond to these questions and discuss the steps to be taken to assist in the repatriation process.
Dr. Tim Panas, the Learning Programs Lead for the Museums Association of Saskatchewan, will speak on how Saskatchewan museums can incorporate Indigenous place names into their exhibits and programs, and why the usage of traditional names is important to both preserving history and forwarding the goals of Truth and Reconciliation.
MAS is asking all of our Institutional Members to please complete this survey. This survey is intended to help us gauge the kind of resources and supports that our members need to meet the Collections Management Standard # 24
The Museums Association of Saskatchewan (MAS), in partnership with the MacKenzie Art Gallery and the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative, presents a free community screening of Unarchived and A Passage Beyond Fortune.
Thursday July 27th 2023
MacKenzie Art Gallery, 3475 Albert St, Regina, SK
6:00pm: Gallery Viewing
Free to attend
Films provided courtesy of the National. Film Board of Canada (NFB).
The anticipated Canadian Museums Association Small Museums Toolkit is now available for download.
June is National Indigenous History Month, a time for all Canadians, Indigenous, non-Indigenous, settlers and newcomers, to reflect upon and learn the history, sacrifices, cultures, contributions, and strength of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people.
Elder Sid Fiddler of Waterhen Lake Cree First Nation will be joining us for a Webinar to discuss how museums in Saskatchewan can make their spaces more welcoming to Indigenous people. Elder Sid Fiddler has shared with MAS suggestions on how we can make our museum spaces more welcoming and inclusive.
MAS is pleased to announce that the Government of Saskatchewan is once again providing funding support to the Saskatchewan museum sector by providing $45,000.00 to be used to assist with technological needs. The Ministry of Parks, Culture & Sport is working with MAS to ensure that this financial assistance is as widely accessible as possible.