Spring 2020 Museum Newsletter Online

The Spring 2020 issue of the Kitimat Museum & Archives newsletter is now online. To see past issues, visit the newsletter page on our website.

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Seeking Submissions of Artwork and Photography

The Kitimat Museum & Archives is seeking artists and photographers of all skill levels to share their work in an upcoming community exhibition, ‘Visual Connections’ in August. Learn more about this Call for Entry by visiting the Call for Entry page of the Museum website.    

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Summer Student Positions

Note: summer programs are considered to be going ahead at a reduced number of students and participants at this time, in anticipation of relaxing restrictions in B.C.  However, this opening is subject to change due to lack of federal funding and reinstatement of restrictions.   Job Posting Descriptions – Printable

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Culture doesn’t stop. Explore from your home

…visit museums, view live music, watch dance, explore science centres, all from the comfort of your home. #CultureDoesntStop Resource Sharing: The BC Museums Association (BCMA) and Arts BC are excited to announce CultureOnline.ca. This digital portal showcases how the province’s museums, art galleries, artists, and cultural organizations are responding to the

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Three new webinar series: RBCM@Home, RBCM@Home (Kids) and RBCM@Outside

Royal BC Museum launches three free online webinars for learners of all ages The Royal BC Museum has launched three new webinar series—RBCM@Home, RBCM@Home (Kids) and RBCM@Outside—so British Columbians can stay connected while staying apart. Although the Royal BC Museum closed its doors to the public on March 17 in

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2020 Summer Employment

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

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Museum Closed to the Public

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

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