Announcing our New Curator
Having received 17 curator applications from across Canada and 2 from Europe, we ended up finding our successful candidate pretty close to home. Effective April 1st Bryann Seib will take over the position of curator.
Involved with the SSHF since 2017, Bryann continually impressed the interview committee by outperforming the other short-listed candidates through a multi-interview and candidate assignment process.
Bryann’s education includes a BA in Humanities from Briercrest College, alongside courses in support of the Certificate in Community Museums Studies (in progress) through the Museums Association of Saskatchewan. She will be continuing her education in a Post-Baccalaureate Diploma program in Heritage Resources Management which transfers directly into a Masters of Interdisciplinary Studies while she works at the SSHF.
While familiar with some facets of the SSHF already (such as being team leader for our mobile traveling exhibit tour and several outreach exhibit projects), Bryann still has a lot to learn about the SSHF operations and our 16,000 item collection. She is definitely up to the challenge!
Welcome to the team, Bryann!
Autumn McDowell is Moving On
It is with regret that we announce the pending departure of our Communications Coordinator, Autumn McDowell, on March 22.
Autumn’s next adventure will begin at Evraz Place where she has accepted the position of Marketing & Communication Strategist. Autumn joined the SSHF in July 2015 and has been an integral part of our growing provincial awareness including the 50th Anniversary celebrations, being named Tourism Saskatchewan’s 2016 Business of the Year (Under 20 Full Time Employees), and the development of our partnership with Global Television (Regina & Saskatoon). The attention paid to our website and social media platforms during her tenure ensures that Autumn has left a strong communications portfolio for her successor to step into.
The board and staff join together in wishing Autumn all the best in her new career and look forward to her continued engagement with the SSHF through social media.
A Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame (SSHF) membership is a great way to get connected and stay informed about exhibits and special event programs. Becoming a member helps to support the celebration and preservation of Saskatchewan’s sport heritage.
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- Individual $35
- Family $50
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- Corporate $100
For a complete list of member benefits, please visit our website.
Save the Date
May 9 – Whisky Night hosted at Crave Kitchen & Wine Bar, Regina. Tickets go on sale April 1st.