New exhibition explores the health challenges faced by astronauts in space
The New Brunswick Museum is pleased to announce the launch of Health in Space: Daring to Explore, a special exhibition developed by the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, one of three museums under Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation, in collaboration with the Canadian Space Agency from September
How Many Ways To Skin A Frog?
Andrew Sullivan, Zoology Technician, NBM Department of Natural History The New Brunswick Museum research collection houses over 11,000 individual wet-preserved amphibians and reptiles stored in jars of 70% ethanol. Wet specimens provide anatomical and biogeographic data and can be a source for many methods of analysis. For example, several species
QUILTS : Made with love and conserved with care
Dee Stubbs-Lee, Conservator Peter Larocque, Curator of NB Cultural History & Art NBM Conservator Dee Stubbs-Lee and volunteer Marilyn Peabody spent many weeks this winter preparing 12 historic and contemporary floral themed quilts from the NBM’s extensive quilt collections for the exhibition Bouquet of Quilts. A detailed assessment was made
“Know Your Own Artists” Series at the NBM – Commemorations – Vita Plume
The New Brunswick Museum (NBM) invites the public to the free opening of a new exhibition of work by New Brunswick artist Vita Plume, the first artist in a series of four from the popular continuing exhibition series Know Your Own Artist. As part of the NBM’s mandate to recognize,