SESSION TITLE PRESENTER(S) DATE PLAY
Opening & Greeting 23/03/2017
Keynote: The Dream, The Pulse, The River Wanda Nanibush, Assistant Curator of Canadian and Indigenous Art, Art Gallery of Ontario 23/03/2017
Collecting on a Continuum: Artifacts(?) to Art Kevin Sakolinsky and Danielle Printup, Indigenous Art Centre, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada 23/03/2017
The Ojibwe Cultural Foundation and Archaeological Collections Anong Beam, Ojibwe Cultural Foundation; Meagan Brooks, Archaeology Program Unit, Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport 23/03/2017
Transforming the Archaeological Material Heritage of Ontario Neal Ferris, Western University/Museum of Ontario Archaeology 23/03/2017
Unsettling Museum Catalogues Cara Krmpotich, University of Toronto 23/03/2017
Bridge Builders: Partnering with the Atikokan Native Friendship Centre Lois Fenton, Atikokan Centennial Museum and Historical Park 23/03/2017
Deyohahá:ge Case Study Tanis Hill, Deyohahá:ge: Indigenous Knowledge Centre at Six Nations 23/03/2017
Archives Association of Ontario and Archives of Ontario Sean Smith, Archives of Ontario; Iona McCraith and Lisa Snider, Archives Association of Ontario 23/03/2017
Breakout Discussion & Witness Reflection 23/03/2017
Introduction to Mohawk Institute, Residential School History, Collecting & Interpretation Paula Whitlow, Acting Executive Director, Woodland Cultural Centre 24/03/2017
Repatriation, Reconciliation, and Refiguring Relationships. A Case Study of the Return of Children’s Artwork from the Alberni Indian Residential School to Survivors and Their Families. Andrea N. Walsh, University of Victoria; Mary Jo Hughes, University of Victoria, Legacy Art Galleries 24/03/2017
The MFN Artefact Story – The Challenges of Coming Home Wendy Peterson, Michipicoten First Nation; Johanna Rowe, Heritage Professional 24/03/2017
Working with Indigenous Collections at the CMH Kelly Cameron, Collections Analyst, Repatriation and Indigenous Relations; Jameson Brant, RBC Aboriginal Training Program in Museum Practices; Penny Pine, Ethnographic Collections, Canadian Museum of History. 24/03/2017
One Stitch at a Time – A Cultural Tourism Partnership Sheila Knox, Bata Shoe Museum; Stephanie Pangowish, Storyboot Project. 24/03/2017
BREAKOUT DISCUSSION: What are the promising practices and next steps? 24/03/2017
Witness Reflection & Closing Heather George, McMaster University; and Naomi Recollet, University of Toronto 24/03/2017
WEBINAR: Museum Perspectives on the Task Force on Museums & First Peoples and the Recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Trudy Nicks, Senior Curator (Retired), Royal Ontario Museum and Paula Whitlow, Museum Curator, Woodland Cultural Centre
WEBINAR: An Introduction to Residential Schools in Ontario: Histories and Interpretation Amos Key Jr., Director of First Nations Language Program, Woodland Cultural Centre, and Krista McCracken, Archives Supervisor, Arthur A. Wishart Library and Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre, Algoma University
WEBINAR: The Indigenous History of Ontario Daniel Laxer, PhD, Research Advisor; Alison Norman, PhD, Reseach Advisor: Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation
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