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Presenting biographical information on Emily Carr and interpretive material on her painting Shoreline.
Collection: Art!Facts
Creator: McMichael Canadian Art Collection
Defending both highways and railways is important to keep the flow of traffic and goods through our country.
Collection: Obstacles to Transportation Learning Object Collection
Creator: Revelstoke Museum & Archives Association
Images of 34 Silkscreen Prints by Vaughan Grayson.
Collection: Silkscreen Compendium - Vaughan Grayson: A Woman Artist in the Canadian Rockies
Creator: Moose Jaw Art Museum Incorporated/Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery
The impacts of the introduced Eastern Grey Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) are presented through a video, photographs, interactive map and a classroom activity.
Collection: Aliens in the Classroom
Creator: Royal British Columbia Museum Corporation
How can one logo capture an entire country? This case study looks at the development of the logo for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics.
Collection: Connecting the World Through Canadian Design
Creator: Design Exchange
Silkscreen/Printmaking Terms, General Art Terms, Elements of Art, Principles of Design, Compositional Terms & Considerations
Collection: Silkscreen Compendium - Vaughan Grayson: A Woman Artist in the Canadian Rockies
Creator: Moose Jaw Art Museum Incorporated/Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery
This vignette explores the unique landscape of coastal British Columbia and how it shaped the early forest industry.
Collection: The Coastal British Columbian Forest Industry
Creator: British Columbia Forest Discovery Centre
More facts about butterflies.
Collection: Butterfly Biology
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
We have been observing and documenting snow and avalanches since 1885 and continue to observe snow today to help people stay safe in avalanche terrain and avoid avalanches.
Collection: Obstacles to Transportation Learning Object Collection
Creator: Revelstoke Museum & Archives Association
The introduced Giant Garden Slug and the functional interrelationships of organisms within an ecosystem are presented through videos, photographs, an interactive map and a classroom activity.
Collection: Aliens in the Classroom
Creator: Royal British Columbia Museum Corporation
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