Artefact Talks

Virtual education programs delivered in real-time! With Q&A engagement and 360 software showcasing one-of-a-kind artefacts, these inquiry-based education programs simulate an in-person field trip.

What's included?

  • Short videos
  • 360° of Artefacts
  • Trivia
  • Movement Breaks
  • Post-Visit Activities
  • All bookings will accompany a free subscription to our web-based education hub

Grades 

3 - University

Subjects

Health & Life Skills, Physical Education, Social Studies, English Language Arts, Science, Mathematics, Career & Life Management, Indigenous Education
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Outcomes

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programs below

Length

1 hour

Programs

Meet the facilitators 

Natalie (She/Her)

Museum Educator
Natalie has been working in the museum industry for almost a decade and has a Masters of Museum Studies from the University of Toronto. She has a love and enthusiasm for bringing stories to life and talking about the important role of sport to youth. In her spare time, you can find Natalie at the gym or sharing a spooky story or two.

Zack (He/They)

MUSEUM EDUCATION OFFICER
Zack joined Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame in 2022. He studied History and Creative Writing at Mount Royal University and has spent 4 years working in the heritage industry in Calgary. Zack is excited to learn more about the world of sports and bring the journeys of the Hall of Famers to life. When not in the museum, he writes out the spooky stories in his head and explores haunted locations.