Stuff, Stories and Strategies for the Future

For communities, Saskatchewan ecomuseums, community-engaged museums, this is a networking and planning event to revitalize and encourage growth of the ecomuseum model. The ecomuseum model has been applied around the world and it can be used to foster sustainable forms of development.

Ecomuseums Symposium

Date: April 28, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Place: REGINA | University of Regina

Space is limited, to register call 306-787-2859 or email

Morning – Brief presentations

  • Dr. Tobias Sperlich, UofR Dept of Anthropology – Objects, Stories, Places, People
  • Dan Holbrow, Museums Assoc. of Sask – Museums and Sustainable Communities
  • Sandra Massey, Heritage Saskatchewan – Ecomuseums and Living Heritage
  • Dr. Lynne Teather, University of Toronto – Training Requirements
  • Dr. Glenn Sutter, Royal Sask Museum – Growing Ecomuseums in Saskatchewan

Afternoon – Updates from Saskatchewan ecomuseums and roundtable discussion


Stuff, Stories and Strategies for the Future Season Schedule

  • April 27, 2017
    Ecomuseums Today: Lecture
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  • April 28, 2017
    Ecomuseums Symposium
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  • April 29, 2017
    Community-Engagement Workshop
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