Interpretation is a diverse field. It’s what attracts many of us to this career and we at Interpretation Canada celebrate it. Our members work in science centres, parks, museums, aquariums, gardens, historic sites and more, interpreting a broad range of topics to audiences of all ages, cultures, and genders.
But is diversity appropriately reflected in our staff and colleagues? Do the experts we regularly hear from accurately represent the diversity of those who work in our field? Who aren’t we hearing from?
We will be exploring these ideas as we connect interpreters from coast to coast to coast. Details of speakers and registration fees are available here.
2019 National Conference Canadian Museum for Human Rights September 9-13, 2019
2021 - Accepting proposals
The Interpretation Canada National Conference is held in person in odd numbered years, and hosted by an interpretive site such as a museum, park, or botanic garden, with conference activities centered around the site and surrounding area. Hosting an Interpretation Canada conference is an excellent professional development opportunity for your education, exhibit, and interpretation staff as well as a unique opportunity to showcase your site to interpreters and other visitor experience professionals from across Canada. Interested?Click here to see our list of criteria.
Interpretation Canada c/o Kerry Wood Nature Centre 6300 45th Ave Red Deer, AB, Canada T4N 3M4