Learn more about government’s intention to modernize the museum to protect our historic holdings and provide better access to our collections.
The vision of the Learning department is to connect and ignite a community of informed, empowered and compassionate British Columbians.
The mission of the Learning department is to use collections, spaces and inquiry based programming to:
As we go about our work, both within and beyond the museum, we commit to question constantly. We commit to anti-racist work by disrupting colonial narratives. We commit to interrogate assumptions and biases that lead to racism and prejudice. We commit to anti-racist work, including disrupting colonial narratives by following the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action (#62 & #67), UNDRIP (article 15.1) and DRIPA .
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