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New Exhibit at the Robert Bateman Centre: Resilience of the People

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Dates: June 16, 2016 to September 30, 2016
Upcoming Dates: September 26, 2016 , September 27, 2016 , September 28, 2016
Recurrence: Recurring every week day
Venue: The Robert Bateman Centre
Type: On-Going Events
Time: 10-5 pm Sunday-Thursday, 10-7pm Friday-Saturday
Address: 470 Belleville Street Victoria, BC V8V 1W9
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The Bateman Centre's summer exhibit is a visual history of Greater Victoria, the Songhees First Nation’s traditional territory. By engaging with maps, drawings, artifacts, and unique photographs, visitors will discover the complexities of the lands around them, and see the First Nations’ resilient relationship to ancestral resources up to the present day. Traditional knowledge of species, habitats and customs are highlighted from the Gorge Waterway through to Beacon Hill Park, from Oak Bay to Discovery & Chatham Islands. This exhibit is produced in partnership with the Songhees Nation. Stay tuned for details on the exhibit opening on JUNE 22nd. Photo courtesy of Songhees Nation.

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