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Discovering the Canadian Museum of History la dcouverte du Muse canadien de lhistoire Nicolas Gauvin Director, Business Partnerships, Canadian Museum of History Directeur, Partenariats daffaires , Muse canadien de lhistoire

  1. Discovering the Canadian Museum of History À la découverte du Musée canadien de l’histoire Nicolas Gauvin Director, Business Partnerships, Canadian Museum of History Directeur, Partenariats d’affaires , Musée canadien de l’histoire Association Museums New Brunswick Association des musées du Nouveau-Brunswick November 6, 2014 le 6 novembre 2014

  2. What’s New at the Canadian Museum of History? • Name, logo and visual identity • Mandate • The Canadian History Hall • Virtual Museum of Canada • History Museums Network

  3. New Visual Identity

  4. Nouvelle identité visuelle

  5. New Mandate “The purpose of the Canadian Museum of History is to enhance Canadians’ knowledge, understanding and appreciation of events, experiences, people and objects that reflect and have shaped Canada’s history and identity and also to enhance their awareness of world history and cultures.” - Canadian Museum of History Act

  6. New Signature Gallery: The Canadian History Hall

  7. Musée canadien de l’histoire

  8. Canadian Museum of History 1867

  9. Future Site of the Canadian History Hall

  10. Participation du public

  11. Key Findings • Canadians want us to be comprehensive, frank and fair in our presentation of Canadian history • Canadians want to see historical events from multiple perspectives • Canadians want our exhibitions to connect with them on a personal level • Canadians want us to share our knowledge, research and collection

  12. Musée canadien de l’histoire

  13. Building the New Hall • • Over a dozen curators Community consultations • • Multidisciplinary research Exhibition design team • • Six advisory committees Architectural planning

  14. Canadian History Hall: Our To Do List • 2014 – Develop Storyline and Exhibition • 2016 – Produce Experience – Produce final products – Complete research – Construction – Conceptual design – Installation – Preliminary content choices – Testing – Testing and evaluation of options – Preliminary design • 2017 – Opening – Dismantle Canada Hall (September) – Space ready for testing spring 2017 – Finalize architectural approach – Official Opening July 1, 2017 – Start demolition • 2015 – Finalize and Refine Choices – Finalize storyline – Finalize content – Finalize exhibition products – Finalize design – Production specifications – Start construction

  15. Galleries Gallery 1 Gallery 2 Gallery 3 Early Canada: land and people Colonial Canada: creating a Modern Canada: sovereignty, country prosperity, and diversity 13 000 BC to 1763 1762 to 1914 1914 to today

  16. Message and Guiding Principles This is the story of Canada, the stories of our country, what it is, and how it got that way. It’s a story of conflict, struggle, and loss; success, accomplishment, and hope. It’s all around us, and about us, and we shape its future.

  17. Les plateformes physique et numérique • Une approche nouvelle et stimulante • Une expérience enrichissante et harmonieuse sur place et en ligne

  18. Virtual Museum of Canada • Museums • Art galleries • Art exhibit centres • Libraries • Science centres • Botanical gardens • Zoological parks • Aquariums • Planetariums • Historical society museums • … and more!

  19. Community Memories Program

  20. Pan-Canadian Network of History Museums October 2012 - Ministerial Announcement: “ The creation of a pan-Canadian network of history museums will provide greater access to our heritage and our shared history, allowing Canadians from coast to coast to coast to benefit from the exquisite collections safeguarded by museums across the country. Partnership agreements will allow artifacts and collections, which might otherwise be stored in the museums vaults, to circulate between partnering institutions .”

  21. History Museums Network

  22. History Museums Network Partners: Affiliate Museums: • • City of Toronto, Museums and Heritage Services; Musée québécois de culture populaire; • • Royal Ontario Museum; Site historique maritime de la Pointe-au-Père; • • Royal BC Museum; Brome County Historical Society and Museum; • • The Rooms; Currency Museum; • • Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21; Confederation Centre of the Arts; • • Manitoba Museum; Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives. • Canadian Museum for Human Rights; • McCord Stewart Museum; • Pointe-à-Callière – Cité d’archéologie et d’histoire National Agencies: de Montréal; • National Film Board; • New Brunswick Museum; • Library and Archives Canada; • Royal Alberta Museum; • Parks Canada; • Nova Scotia Museum; • Department of Canadian Heritage. • The Glenbow Museum; • National Music Centre.

  23. History Museums Network To learn about the benefits of membership and how your organization can participate, contact: Christine Conciatori Advisor, Business Partnerships 819-776-8290 christine.conciatori@historymuseum.ca

  24. Relationships and Relevance • How can we continue to build mutually beneficial partnerships? • How can we continue to connect and serve our audiences?

  25. Questions?


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