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Donations + Acquisitions

This brief guide to MOA’s acquisitions process is intended to give potential donors and vendors information that will help them make decisions about the future…

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Through teaching, research, thought-provoking exhibitions, and innovative public programming, MOA provides endless opportunities for visitors of all ages to learn more about themselves and the…

MOA Library + Archives

The Audrey and Harry Hawthorn Library and Archives includes a library, archives and the Oral History and Language Lab. Holding a wealth of information about…

Curatorial + Design

The Curatorial and Design department supports initiatives — including research, exhibitions and publishing — that help to build respectful relationships and mutual understanding with cultural…

Native Youth Program

What is the Native Youth Program? The Native Youth Program (NYP) is a summer program for urban Indigenous youth, ages 15 to 18, currently enrolled…

MOA Journeys

Cultural Currents: A Journey in the Skeena and Nass Valleys *Postponed*   Please note: Cultural Currents was originally scheduled for July 11 to 18, 2020,…

The Collections

MOA’s ethnographic objects originate from all over the world, including Asia, the Americas, the South Pacific, Africa and Europe. Acquisitions and Donations MOA’s acquisitions process guidelines…

School Programs

Subscribe to MOA’s School Programs E-news to receive regular updates on program availability, school workshops and professional development opportunities. Sign Up for Teacher E-news Bookings…

Online Resources

Voices of the Canoe Learn about the canoe traditions of the Fijian, Squamish, and Haida people and understand the historical and ongoing importance of canoe…