Special Lectures

Tanya Bouchard Vice-President, Exhibitions, Research and Collections at Pier 21 is giving a lecture at the Museum.

The Topic You Want, The Expertise You Need

Ideal For: Ages 10+

Maximum number of participants: 50

Looking for the ultimate customization? We have a number of experts available to talk your group when you visit. Contact us to find out if the theme or topic you would like a presentation on is available. Special lectures are usually 30 minutes in length and feature a content expert from the museum.

Our content experts work in a variety of positions at the museum; when booking a Special Lecture, please allow at least 2 weeks prior to your visit to allow us to schedule a content expert.

Some topics we’ve covered in the past include:

  • The Hungarian Revolution
  • Home Children
  • WWII Convoys
  • Lawlor’s Island
  • Museum Education
  • Collections and Conservation
  • Tourism Heritage Building Maintenance
  • Non-profit Fundraising
  • Historical Thinking
  • Heritage Interpretation
  • Immigration, Health and Medicine
  • Quarantine
  • Children’s Migration
  • Black Refugees in Nova Scotia
  • Oral History
  • Built Heritage
  • Sites of Living Memory and Commemoration

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