Rory Cory, former Military History Technician, tours members of the public behind-the-scenes.
Conservator Lee Churchill examining an artwork.
Students get a glimpse of Lakoda artifacts with Director of Indigenous Studies, Gerry Conaty
A lot happens at Glenbow that the public never sees. Many Glenbow staff work behind-the-scenes on the care of our collections, and in preparing our exhibitions and programs.
Learn more about some of the special projects and day-to-day functions that take place behind closed doors at Glenbow. Whether it's a storage upgrade for our cultural history collection, conservation treatment for an Inuit parka, or keeping a vigilante eye on the pest population, you'll get a new appreciation for the scope of our work.
Behind the Scenes: Our Collections in the Community
By Megan Bailey, Communications Specialist
Watch this time-lapse video of the installation of Stella Mere, a monumental sculpture by Alberta artist Catherine Ross.
Foundations — The Science beneath the Art: Geological Underpinnings to Iconic Canadian Landscapes
Travel through the Rockies on a Magic Lantern Slide
TSN films Grey Cup Pre-Game Feature at Glenbow
A Canadian Hero's Treasures Return Home
Local Families Say Glenbow is Calgary's Best Museum!
Senator Roméo Dallaire at Glenbow
Experiencing Life in a 1,000 year old Arctic House
Digitizing Glenbow's Collection
Mavericks in Production: A Saddle goes on Display
Artist Away: Paper Conservator Accepted to
Artist's Residency Program
Glenbow's Volunteer Administrators Receive Leadership Award
Visiting Sword Expert in Warriors Gallery
Mavericks Takes Flight at Glenbow Museum
A Rescue Operation For A Charcoal Drawing
Preparing for the Unthinkable, Cold War Style
All About Pest Control
Art Conservation: Preserving the Past
Beauty Restored: The Treatment of an Inuit Parka
Revitalising the Cochrane Tapestry
Storage Renovations on the Seventh Floor
Writing About the Bow River