RBCM@Home Goes to the Nisga’a Museum
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, many Nisga’a treasures left the Nass Valley. During the struggle for treaty, Nisga’a elders and leaders fought to ensure this scattered legacy would find its way back home. Now, housed in a permanent place of honour, this treasury of Nisga’a culture ranks as one of the preeminent collections of Northwest Coast aboriginal art. Join us for a virtual visit to the Nisga’a Museum and learn more.