Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
Like those before them, they were honored for their distinguished and sustained service to the arts and heritage sector with an emphasis on service to the BCMA. Recipients are click on a name to read full bio of award recipients: For twenty-five years he taught museum studies part-time at SFU and UVic and worked for the provincial government.
Michael A BCMA Councillor, leader, inspired teacher and mentor, quiet but strong, astonishing thinker and writer, Mike Ames pushed the BCMA and the global museum community to think critically about what we do, why, and its consequences.
He elevated the provincial discourse and through the museum studies program he lead at UBC, influenced generations of museum workers who have gone on to lead within BC, Canada and internationally. He greatly valued being a part of the Association and contributed accordingly.
As BCMA Councillor and in particular Awards Committee member and Chair through the late s and early s, Louise assisted in redesigning the Museums in Motion Awards and reinvesting them with the prestige they deserve. Mary came to Kamloops with her husband in from England and instantly fell in love with what was then a sleepy, dusty wild west of a town.
She worked for several years as a volunteer and in became the first full time paid employee of the museum, the year the BCMA was incorporated. During her year involvement with the museum she wrote more than articles and 8 booklets as well as volume 1 of the History of Kamloops up to After her retirement in she continued with another of her fervent interests — the environment.
Mary was a modest person but won numerous awards of recognition for her community service. He is a Fellow of the CMA, and today, an independent consultant to the cultural sector. As a mentor and consistent supporter of the BCMA, its members and young people, Bill has always been an inspiring, accessible leader, present at conferences and supportive of the profession.
His leadership established a model for RBCM staff and their role province wide. In the later years of his career, Roger became the Assistant Manager of Heritage Services for the Township of Langley, and since has made Summerland his home base.
Most recent ventures include the successful: Artists on the Canadian Pacific Railway for the Glenbow Museum in Calgaryas well an award-winning companion book by the same title.
Dynamically engaged throughout his career, Roger held leadership posts with a number of organizations, including many years on Council of the BC Museums Association. His energy and commitment to BCMA and the many and varied museums and galleries he has been associated with has been deep and sustained.
Clifford With Willard Ireland, Dr. Bennett to build a new provincial museum for the Centennial. Carl was a biologist by training who, through his Saturday morning program at the old museum, influenced many a child, some of whom later went on to become leading anthropologists and biologists of their own.
She has astonishing parliamentarian skills thanks to mom and auction skills thanks to dad and is considered a talented educator and change agent, most recently transforming an industrial heritage site — BC Museum of Mining now known as the Britannia Mine Museum — towards sustainable operations visitors and museum practice conservation and training.
Gloria has been hugely influential in government and the profession having aided in establishing First Nations cultural authority. DAVIS, Joy Through her leadership in the museum training field, Joy has influenced generations of museum volunteers and professionals and the work they do within their communities.
She created training opportunities for the broadest range of learners from basic to advanced in ways that overcame issues of geographic distance from teaching centres and demanding lives. In many ways, they were the heart and soul of the Association through the 80s and 90s.
They are dear friends of the Association who remind us that while museum work is serious business, so too is the camaraderie and fun we all share. Rick led the Association through times of tremendous growth and activity.
He also actively engaged in international museum work through the CUSO organization. Wilson Duff was recognized as one of the leaders in the redefinition of ethnological materials as art, and actively encouraged First Nations participation in the Association.
Inhe was loaned to the Provincial museum to help organize displays for its new building, helping to move the museum into the site in Other pitfalls of BCMA technology include increased alert fatigue, equipment malfunctions, emergency access, user distraction, and decreased patient interaction.
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Comments: Comment by Ray Padfield-Krala, 12 Feb, I hope that you publish this on your website so to balance the argument.
I would like to comment on one or two of the statements made on your website.