The Royal British Columbia Museum, UNESCO
and Opportunities for Canada – April 20, 2016

April 20, 7:00 pm

Salvation Army Citadel, 4030 Douglas Street, Victoria, BC (map)

Please note that the speaker’s presentation will begin at 7:15pm

Dr. Scott Cooper - Royal BC Museum


Dr. Scott Cooper 
Vice President of Collections, Knowledge and Engagement 
Royal BC Museum

The Royal British Columbia Museum, UNESCO, and Opportunities for Canada Dr. Scott Cooper has spent twenty years protecting, promoting and transforming cultural sites and institutions.

He is the RBCM Vice President of Collections, Knowledge and Engagement.
Scott studied engineering at the University of Manchester, architectural conservation at Edinburgh College of Art, and stone conservation in Venice.

Before his RBCM appointment Scott was Director of Museums at the Qatar Foundation where he developed four museums in Doha. Previously, he was CEO of Fulham Palace-the Tudor residence of the Bishop of London.

At the RBCM Scott is responsible for developing the museum’s collection and knowledge resources. He also designs and presents exhibitions that are as engaging as they are innovative.
The Royal BC Museum communicates knowledge of B.C.’s natural and human history. UNESCO’s (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) focus is world peace through understanding of diversity.

Join us to hear Dr. Scott Cooper share how these two organizations work together to achieve global perspectives.