In celebration of Indigenous culture and art, we are going to livestream from the Royal Saskatchewan Museum's Ethnology collection on National Indigenous Peoples' Day. Meet with our conservator Victoria, Indigenous Program Specialist Theresa and artist Holly as they share and discuss the objects in the collection, that include beadwork, quillwork, and leatherwork. Tune in here: https://www.facebook.com/Royal.Saskatchewan.Museum/posts/6345334738826032
Visit Scotty, the world's largest Tyrannosaurus rex, at the T.rex Discovery Centre in Eastend, SK. Try your hand at preparing real Saskatchewan fossils in the Paleo Lab Experience and see the latest discoveries by Royal Saskatchewan Museum palaeontologists.
The Ethnology Reserve Collection at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum is a special collection that presently contains 404 sacred and ceremonial objects, identified by Elders of Saskatchewan. The Ethnology Reserve Collection includes items such as pipes, pipe bags, pipe stems, eagle feathers, eagle bone whistles, drums, rattles and bundles. The list of sacred objects in the Ethnology Reserve Collection is available upon request by Indigenous individuals with ties to the sacred objects and who wish to take part in the options of this policy.
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