Lectures and Workshops

Add to your Museum experience by participating in Lectures or Workshops.

Museum Crash Course

Immerse yourself in a three-part adult learning program

Museum Happy Hour

Drink, eat, meet and explore. Enjoy one-night-only themed events and activities for adults in one of our core galleries

 

Making as Medicine

The third annual Indigenous symposium is a two-day workshop that includes four hands-on sessions facilitated by Indigenous artists, focused on tanning hides, traditional beadwork, Coast Salish knitting and cedar weaving, as well as a panel discussion with Indigenous artist-entrepreneurs, who will share their experiences with the economy, cultural appropriation and establishing their careers along alternative pathways.

In partnership with the City of Victoria and the Indigenous Artist Entrepreneur Program

Ya Little Animal Series (Ages 3-5)

New Saturday morning workshop series for early and young learners! Dive into the world of small (and often adorable) animals and our connection to them through hands-on activities and adventures within the galleries. Join us each week for a new adventure.

 

Ya Little Animal (Ages 3-5)

New Saturday morning workshop series for early and young learners! Dive into the world of small (and often adorable) animals and our connection to them through hands-on activities and adventures within the galleries. Join us each week for a new adventure.

Ya Little Animal Series (Ages 6-8)

New Saturday morning workshop series for early and young learners! Dive into the world of small (and often adorable) animals and our connection to them through hands-on activities and adventures within the galleries. Join us each week for a new adventure.

 

Ya Little Animal (Ages 6-8)

New Saturday morning workshop series for early and young learners! Dive into the world of small (and often adorable) animals and our connection to them through hands-on activities and adventures within the galleries. Join us each week for a new adventure.

Home Learners Series

These workshop series are designed to engage home learners.

Educator Professional Development

Access the museum as a Learning Resource, through a range of different workshop offerings.

 

An Isolated Stop on the Road of Power: La Corona, the Snake Kings and Altar 5

In 2018, Dr. Marcello Canuto, director of the Middle American Research Institute at Tulane University and co-director of the La Corona Regional Archaeological Project, led a team of archaeologists to new discoveries at the Maya site of La Corona, located in Petén, Guatemala. A nearly 1,500-year-old carved altar, the oldest found to date at the site, presents new evidence for how a powerful kingdom known as Kaanul dynasty began. This significant monument is currently on display in Maya: The Great Jaguar Rises. Includes pre-opening access to Maya: The Great Jaguar Rises exhibition.

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