The Museums Association of Saskatchewan (MAS) offers a variety of programs and services that contribute to the advancement of Saskatchewan museums. Click here to find out how they can be of assistance.
MAS is currently seeking volunteers for the MAS Board of Directors. Please download the complete Nominations Package here. The Nominating Committee Chair has determined that all nominations must be returned by no later than Friday, April 24, 2020 to: Museums Association of Saskatchewan, 424 McDonald Street, Regina, SK S4N 6E1 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The 2020 – 2021 Board of Directors shall be announced at the Annual General Meeting of the Museums Association of Saskatchewan, which will take place Saturday, June 6, 2020 in Estevan, SK. Read more.
Museums 101: May 9, 2020 – 9:00am – 4:00pm – RCMP Heritage Centre, Regina – $100 (Members), $150 (Non-Members), $50 (Students)
This course will increase your familiarity with Standards for Saskatchewan Museums, focusing on applying the standards to your museum. It will also examine the relationship between your institution, standards, and public trust, and introduce the provincial, national, and international context of museum practice. REGISTER ONLINE
MAS 2020 Conference is being held in Estevan, SK on Friday, June 5th and Saturday, June 6th. This year’s conference theme is Stuff to Stories 2.0. Click here for updates.
The MAS Awards provide an opportunity to recognize excellence in the Saskatchewan museum community. The 2020 MAS Awards will be presented at the Annual Conference & AGM in Estevan, SK on June 5th, 2020. Online applications are available online now.
They prefer to accept submissions online, however, if you require this nomination form as a hard copy, please call Em Ironstar at 306-780-9451 or email email@example.com. The deadline for submission is April 15, 2020.
Please note: You can download/view a PDF copy of the awards criteria & application form online. Checkout Past Winners… 2019 MAS Awards Recipients & 2018 MAS Awards Recipients
The Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) and the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN) present their first podcast series: CCI and CHIN: In Our Words.
If you would you like to learn more about the evolution of the conservation of heritage collections in Canada and you are curious about how collections are managed and made accessible, then this is the show for you! Episodes are free! Subscribe to receive a notification when a new one is released. To listen: On your iPhone through the Apple Podcasts app On your Android phone through the Google Podcasts app
Is your museum in need of being re-organized. Click here to read about RE-ORG: A Method to Reorganize Museum Storage
Standards for Saskatchewan Museums
If you would like to become familiar with Standards for Saskatchewan Museums, click here.