BCMA’s learning opportunities including an annual conference, regional workshops, monthly webinars, a mentorship program, our Roundup magazine and much more! Click on an option to explore these areas further:
BCMA offers monthly webinars that are free for members thanks to support from this year’s webinar sponsor, Lucidea.
BCMA facilitates expert-led workshops in different communities around the province throughout the year.
Join us as we explore topics of importance to the museum community in BC, and around the world.
BC’s GLAM sector partners – BC Museums Association, BC Library Association and Archives Association of BC – will proudly present the second annual GLAM sector symposium in spring 2019 to showcase the power of collaboration in the gallery, library, archives and museum (GLAM) sector and set the agenda for future innovation and partnership. Stay tuned for more details!
The 2019 conference was held in Prince George on September 30 – October 2, 2019. Join the BC Museums Association and museum and cultural heritage professionals from across B.C. and Canada for conference keynotes, sessions, workshops, social events, networking, and local site visits.
The BCMA Mentorship Program’s goal is to connect emerging professionals with experienced leaders in the BC museum sector to further occupation-specific professional development, and to strengthen the museum sector by creating a tradition of cross-career knowledge transfer.
Published quarterly, Roundup is the BCMA magazine, containing informative articles on current and on-going issues and events, in-depth profiles on interesting members of the museums community, and listings of professional development seminars and resources.
University of British Columbia, Faculty of Education — Master of Museum Education (MMEd) graduate program.
University of British Columbia, Vancouver — Museums Studies.
University of Victoria — Diploma in Cultural Resource Management, Professional Specialization Certificate in Collections Management and Professional Specialization Certificate in Visitor and Community Engagement. Individual online and in-person course offerings are also available in a variety of topics including Indigenous Language and Heritage
The B.C. Museums Association gratefully acknowledges funding support of this project: