Andornot Consulting Inc. provides technology advice and solutions to museums, archives and libraries. We specialize in the design of virtual exhibits and discovery style web search interfaces. We can combine content from disparate data sources, including database records, digitized full text documents and websites into a single set search results.
Jonathan Jacobsen, Vancouver
Canadian Art Prints & Oscardo is a publisher of Indigenous art reproductions for museums, art galleries and retailers in Canada. CAP has been in business for over 4o years and is a leader in authentic Indigenous art reproductions and souvenirs. CAP partners with Indigenous artists across Canada to create First Nations, Inuit and Metis art collections that benefit the artists through the payment of quarterly royalties. CAP also works with museum and art gallery gift shops to create unique art reproduction products based on the institutions own art/artifacts. CAP products are made in Canada.
Heritage Group Distribution is a book publishing enterprise comprising Heritage House Publishing, RMB | Rocky Mountain Books, TouchWood Editions, Brindle & Glass, and Greystone Books. We are committed to publishing and promoting distinctive works by Canadian and International authors. Books in Print: 1200+ Genres: History, Travel, Environmental Writing, Art, Photography, Outdoor Guidebooks, Food & Cooking, Literary Fiction, Books for Children.
Heather Parsons, Victoria
Lucidea Argus is a comprehensive, highly configurable collections management system that accommodates diverse curatorial and visitor engagement requirements for museums of all sizes and budgets. With this integrated platform, you can offer a Web portal and mobile capabilities for expanded access and an enriched visitor experience. Argus: Collections Management for forward-thinking museums.
Christine Reynolds, Richmond
Candyce McDonald, Richmond
Royal BC Museum’s Travelling Exhibitions Program offers a variety of exhibitions that examine the human and natural history of BC. The exhibitions are offered in a variety of sizes and costs that can meet the broad needs of the BC Museums community. The light-weight exhibition framework used for many of the exhibits can also stay within regions, allowing for easy transfer of exhibitions around the province and beyond.
Kate Kerr, Victoria