Help YHMA celebrate Culture Days/Doors Open!
12-3pm | Saturday, September 26th, 2015 | historic Donnenworth House (3126 Third Ave., Whitehorse)
Join local historians as they share some of their favourite stories from Yukon history and adventures while "on the job".
Canada's Accredited Zoos and Aquariums (CAZA) will be holding its annual national conference in the Yukon. CAZA promotes the welfar of, and the advancement and improvement of, zoological parks, aquariums and related animal exhibits in Canada as humane, agents of recreation, education, conservation and science.
Visit http://www.caza.ca for more information.
Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre, Whitehorse
Save the Date!
Stay tuned for event information registration, national and international keynote speakers, and exciting networking events.
For more information, please contact:
Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association
1-1109 Front St.
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 5G4
The Saskatchewan Arts Board is pleased to announce a new two-day master class for Canadian publishers and editors working with Indigenous authors and their manuscripts.
This year's AGM will take place at the Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre in Whitehorse on Tuesday, June 16th, starting at 6pm. Please note that only members in good standing are eligible to vote. Memberships can be renewed at the door, prior to the AGM. Your Support is integral to YHMA's continued efforts to inspire and share a passion for Yukon heritage.
We will be harnessing the power of 21st century technology to help connect members from the communities.
More details on the AGM to follow!
Examine how curators and content creators are connecting with today’s visitors using socially engaged art practices and innovative programming. Amid shifts in education, marketing and visitor services, understand how museums are adopting new practices and programs to engage audiences as they reconsider their roles in the community and the roles of their visitors.
This online workshop focuses on questions around UNESCO’s recognition of Intangible Cultural Heritage; its identification, protection and sustainability; the role of the associated community; and, the connection of intangible heritage to tangible heritage – place and object. Participants will identify issues and critique intangible heritage practices from around the world. Live, real-time sessions combine theoretical discussion with practical examples.