March 31, 2020: Attention Students – Many of you have begun searching for summer employment and have, in recent weeks, submitted your resumés to the Museum. Given the impact of COVID-19, we will review summer employment in the coming weeks and keep you updated. The federal government is also keeping
We are looking for visual artists and photographers of all skill levels to participate in an upcoming community exhibition, Visual Connections. This is a great opportunity for visual artists and photographers to display, and sell, their artwork in the Upstairs Gallery of the Museum. This exhibition will show from August
In consideration of the health, safety and well-being of our staff, visitors and fellow community members, the Kitimat Museum & Archives will be closed to the public until further notice starting March 18th. This is a precautionary measure to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus and to support the
To assist community social distancing preventative efforts for Covid-19, the Kitimat Museum & Archives has made the decision to cancel all programming or group tours/activities until further notice. Current registrants in the Arts and Crafts Programs can contact the Museum by phone in regards to refunds. The Museum will remain open, but encourages the use of online and telephone services, when
The Kitimat Museum & Archives will be offering two weeks of multicultural themed programs during Spring Break (March 16 to 27, 2020). Programs are for kids 3 to 9 years of age. Each program costs $7.00 ($5.95 if you have a family membership). Register at the Kitimat Museum front desk.
“The Scream of the Forest – a Symbol of Environmental Catastrophe’, Robin Rowland Photography When: January 23, 2020, at 7:30 p.m. Where: Upstairs Gallery of the Kitimat Museum. Join Robin Rowland, author, photographer and writer, at the Kitimat Museum & Archives in the Upstairs Gallery for a Photographer’s Talk. Robin