Yosef Wosk Travel Award
Congratulations Kate Feltren and Rebecca MacKay, the recipients of our 2019 Yosef Wosk Travel Award!
Kate is a student in the Cultural Resource Management Diploma Program. Volunteering at the Mission Museum since 2015, Kate has been involved with designing and fabricating exhibits, accessioning artifacts, research and delivering public programs. This work ignited a passion for working in the cultural field and the Yosef Wosk Travel Award allows her to travel to Victoria to take the Exhibit Fabrication course which will provide her with necessary practical knowledge she can apply to her new position at the Museum.
Rebecca is a student in the Cultural Resource Management Diploma Program. She discovered the importance of educating the public on the world’s history, art and culture during her Bachelor’s degree in History and Humanities at SFU. After the opportunity for summer jobs at various museums, Rebecca decided to gain the educational background to match her career aspirations—designing engaging exhibitions to connect audiences to historical content. The Yosef Wosk Travel Award will allow her to take the Exhibit Fabrication course, providing her with practical knowledge she can take forward in her career.
Oak Bay Heritage Foundation Award
Congratulations to Michaela Sawyer, the recipient of our August 2019 Oak Bay Heritage Foundation Award!
Michaela is nearing completion of her diploma in the Cultural Resource Management program. She has also completed a BA from SFU and a Managing Archeological Collections course. She is passionate about the cultural field and plans to pursue her Master’s Degree once she has completed the diploma. As the recipient of the first Oak Bay Heritage Foundation Award, Michaela is closer to achieving her educational goals.
Kalman Award for International Heritage Studies
Congratulations to Maria Buhne, the recipient of our 2019 Kalman Award for International Heritage Studies!
Maria Buhne is a graduate student at the University of Victoria in the Department of Art History and Visual Studies. Funds from the Kalman Award for International Heritage Studies will be used to support her research in the UK at Hilltop Cottage house museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the British Museum in 2019. Learning directly from the success of the UK National Trust in preserving national historical and heritage sites, Maria hopes to make a positive impact on the safeguarding of Canadian cultural heritage as critical sites of education and cultural understanding.
For information about awards available to Cultural Resource Management participants please see the Awards, scholarships, and bursaries page.
Upcoming submission deadlines:
|Kalman Award for International Heritage Studies||November 15, 2019|
|Oak Bay Heritage Foundation Award||December 1, 2019|
|Yosef Wosk Travel Award||August 1, 2020|
- Posted Oct. 21, 2019