May 22, 2020
Now available as an online tour. This exhibition considers a range of Inuit works of art that highlight the lifestyle and cultural changes across the Canadian Arctic.
Watch the announcement of the 2020 Curator Hall of Fame, Outstanding Service Staff, and Volunteer of the Year awards.
April 23, 2020
Learn more about works of art and museum objects, listen to an audio tour, and take your time discovering something new from wherever you are. Closing time is no longer an issue thanks to virtual reality
March 19, 2020
Bill Flanagan has been named the 14th president and vice-chancellor of the University of Alberta. Via Folio.ca
March 6, 2020
Meet Lisa Budney, collections and museums administrator in the University of Alberta’s Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. Story via Faculty of Science.
February 28, 2020
The textiles in this exhibition feature dragons with claws, horns, tails, and in a variety of colours, and they were produced using different weaving and embroidery techniques.
Chris Herd, curator of the UAlberta Meteorite Collection, will lend his expertise in analyzing Martian meteorites. Story via Folio.ca
New archeological evidence suggests ancient Indigenous children of the Pacific Northwest were likely trained to hunt using small, scaled-down weapons. Story via Folio.ca
January 7, 2020
Students will work with a variety of museum collections on campus and gain hands-on training and museum skills building opportunities. Application deadline is: Midnight, Tuesday, February 25, 2020
October 28, 2019
Volunteers have been instrumental in preparing specimens for research that is revealing more about dinosaurs, says renowned U of A paleontologist Philip Currie. Story via Folio.ca