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Uninspected/Quarantine Log Book and Plastic Supplies
Glenbow as an Event Space
Floral Alternative?
Staff Participation
Moth Infestation
What do we do? What do we Tell People?
Storage Cupboards
Compact Storage
Wrapping Oversized Objects
Loading the
Truck
Infested Bison
Hide
Bagged Within the
Cupboards
Oversized Storage and
Rolled Textiles
Nakoda Moccasins
Siksika (Blackfoot) Story Robe
When First Nations people view artifacts at Glenbow
they see their own memories. Sometimes these are
memories of the indiv...
Kainai (Blackfoot) Headdresses
Katie Fisher
kfisher@glenbow.org
Targeting Pests in the Modern Museum Environment
Targeting Pests in the Modern Museum Environment
Targeting Pests in the Modern Museum Environment
Targeting Pests in the Modern Museum Environment
Targeting Pests in the Modern Museum Environment
Targeting Pests in the Modern Museum Environment
Targeting Pests in the Modern Museum Environment
Targeting Pests in the Modern Museum Environment
Targeting Pests in the Modern Museum Environment
Targeting Pests in the Modern Museum Environment
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Targeting Pests in the Modern Museum Environment

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Museums are always changing and bringing new concepts, programs, partners, and artifacts into their spaces. With these come new challenges from an old enemy – pests. This session will examine recent endeavours to utilize an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program within a Collections
Management database, investigate ways of minimizing risks in ethnographic collections while emphasizing access to Indigenous communities and explore current and future IPM research.
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Targeting Pests in the Modern Museum Environment

  1. 1. Uninspected/Quarantine Log Book and Plastic Supplies
  2. 2. Glenbow as an Event Space
  3. 3. Floral Alternative?
  4. 4. Staff Participation
  5. 5. Moth Infestation What do we do? What do we Tell People?
  6. 6. Storage Cupboards
  7. 7. Compact Storage
  8. 8. Wrapping Oversized Objects
  9. 9. Loading the Truck
  10. 10. Infested Bison Hide
  11. 11. Bagged Within the Cupboards
  12. 12. Oversized Storage and Rolled Textiles
  13. 13. Nakoda Moccasins Siksika (Blackfoot) Story Robe
  14. 14. When First Nations people view artifacts at Glenbow they see their own memories. Sometimes these are memories of the individuals who saw the items being used and knew their owners or makers. Sometimes they are nostalgic memories of an imagined past when there were no museums to house the relics of their culture. Always, they are memories of the dominant culture imposing its own values, judgments and definitions over the self-identity of the First Peoples. We Are Coming Home: Repatriation and the Restoration of Blackfoot Cultural Confidence
  15. 15. Kainai (Blackfoot) Headdresses
  16. 16. Katie Fisher kfisher@glenbow.org

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