virtual exhibits & Programs
Engage with the Vernon Museum from wherever you are!
Take a tour through a Virtual Gallery, explore a Virtual Exhibit, engage in a Virtual Program, check out our YouTube channel for Vintage Videos, or register for an Online Workshop.
Virtual Exhibits & Programs bring together video programs, with a fraction of the fascinating archival photographs and documents from our archives, along with oral history clips, sound recordings and some vintage video footage.
explore online resources!
- CULTIVATING SAFE SPACES – Due to Overwhelming Interest, 2 more sessions of this Online Workshop will be offered in September 2021
- ECO: ECOLOGICAL CHANGE in the OKANAGAN – Virtual Program for Intermediate Students
- EARTH EXPO 2021 – Virtual Gallery of Student Work
- VERNON SERVES Virtual Exhibit
- PANDEMIC Virtual Exhibit
- Weekly Gazette
- Vintage Video
Featuring artwork and projects by SD 22 students in honour of Earth Day, Every Day.
30 minute ECO: Ecological Change in the Okanagan, archival photo slideshow, educator’s guide and more!
Cultivating Safe Spaces Online Workshop facilitated by Elaine Alec of the Syilx and Secwepemc Nations
Remember the local men and women who have served Canada in times of war and peace.
A history of community outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics that have hit the North Okanagan and the world.
Check out Vernon Museum’s YouTube channel with fascinating archival video footage!
WE RESPECTFULLY ACKNOWLEDGe
Greater Vernon Museum & Archives is located on the Ancestral, Traditional and Unceded Territory of the Okanagan Nation and the Syilx People