Immerse yourself in the history of the Northwest Territories and join Ollie as he tells the stories of unique items held in the museum’s collections, with help from museum staff, world-renowned experts, and the voices of people whose lives are intimately connected to objects that shaped the NWT.
Episode one explores the world of bush radio through the eyes and ears of a man who spent his life on the land – Fort Smith trapper and baseball fanatic Pi Kennedy.
The Department of Education, Culture and Employment is preparing for the annual Minister’s Culture and Heritage Circle Awards and is seeking nominations for an individual or group who exemplifies excellence and dedication to the promotion and preservation of arts, culture and heritage in the Northwest Territories. Please consider submitting a nomination or sharing this information with your constituents.
Please download the application form that provides more information including our objectives and eligible recipients.
Minister's Culture and Heritage Circle Call for Nominations
The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre is pleased to offer the following workshop:
Canadian Conservation Institute
October 23-24, 2018
Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre (Auditorium)
4750 48th Street, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
As a service to Heritage Organizations there will be no fee charged to participants for attending.
Registration Deadlines: Monday August 13, 2018.
If more than one person from an organization would like to register, they will be added to a wait list. If space is still available after the registration deadline, they will be able to register.
There is an enrollment limit of 20 participants, please register early to secure your spot.
Complete the registration form and return it to:
Rosalie Scott, Conservator
Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre
4750 48th Street, Yellowknife NT X1A 2L9
Tel: 867-767-9347 X 71224
Participants requiring financial assistance may be eligible to apply for the Canadian Museums Association’s bursary program to assist museum professionals and volunteers. Details and application forms are available at: http://www.museums.ca/site/bursaries
The Community Cultural Development program will provide travel and accommodation assistance to one participant from each organization who could not otherwise afford to send a representative. Please contact Boris Atamanenko at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you require travel assistance.