Hidden No Longer: Keeping Indigenous Heritage Alive

If you’re a member of the Canadian Museums Association you should soon be receiving the November/December issue of Muse.  This month‘s cover article, “Hidden No Longer: Keeping Indigenous Heritage Alive” is written by yours truly.

The article focuses on the role heritage museums have played in presenting indigenous culture and history to the general public.  It highlights the ‘Ksan Historical Village and Museum, the Woodland Cultural Centre, and the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre as examples of institutions which have strove to accurately and inclusively present and display Indigenous culture.