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In April of 2013, I completed my first year as a Masters of Archival Studies candidate at the School of Library, Archival, and Information Studies (SLAIS) at the University of...

Hello MOA fans, we are Ida and Stephanie, two summer interns in the conservation and collections labs, respectively, here at MOA. Ida is an objects conservator who holds a Master’s...

Birch-bark basketry is a fascinating cultural practice! Prior to my research of MOA’s collection, I didn’t realize the high level of skill and ingenuity that birch-bark basketry demands. This practice...

The Museum of Anthropology (UBC) is very pleased to welcome Gwaii Haanas Legacy Pole carver: Jaalen Edenshaw. Jaalen will facilitate a rich, visual presentation regarding his work on the Gwaii Haanas Legacy...

On November 14-15 the Museum of Anthropology (MOA) hosted a Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) Workshop on Wet Basketry. Participants in the workshop included representatives from the Sto:lo Nation, Musqueam Indian Band,...