The BC Museums Association is pleased to present a monthly webinar series in partnership with the Royal BC Museum and Archives.

On the third Tuesday of every month, join your museum colleagues from around the province (and around the world) for a lunch-hour webinar.  These engaging professional development opportunities will cover a different topic each month, from education to conservation, marketing to exhibit fabrication, and everything else in between.  Museum professionals from within our membership will present each webinar, with special guests along the way.

For more information and a full schedule of future webinars, please visit our webinar page.

The BCMA webinar series is available free to BCMA members.  To become a member, please click here.

Passwords

This and other BCMA webinars are archived for members and for individuals who purchased a ticket.  The recordings are password protected.  Are you a member looking for a past webinar password, or did you purchase a webinar ticket and not receive your archive password?  Please email Ben Fast at bfast@museumsassn.bc.ca

Archived Webinars

Click the titles below to see the webinar recordings:

 

Webinar 1 – April 18: Youth Programming and What We Learn When We Listen – Presented by Chris O’Connor (Royal BC Museum) and Susan Rome (Vancouver Art Gallery)

 

Webinar 2 – May 16: Activate Your Exhibition – Presented by Yukiko Stranger-Galey and Derek Tan (Beaty Biodiversity Museum)

 

Webinar 3 – June 19: We Speak Translate – Special training workshop presented by Kate Longpre (Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria)

 

Webinar 4 – July 18: The 4 P’s of Public Programming – Presented by Lesley Moore

 

Webinar 5 – August 29: Cold Calling & Sweet Talking: Building Grassroots Community Partnerships – Presented by Amanda Sittrop (Burnaby Village Museum and Vancouver Maritime Museum)

 

Webinar 6 – September 19: Marketing for Museums – Presented by Erika Stenson (Royal BC Museum)

 

Webinar 7 – October 17Funding for Heritage Organizations – Presented by Colleen Craig and Michael Smith (Department of Canadian Heritage)

 

Webinar 8 – November 21: Digital Design on a Dime – Presented by Ryan Meech