Located at MICEC

Heritage Collection

The Heritage Collection at MICEC includes thousands of photos, paintings, drawings, sculptures, artifacts, regalia, clothing, crafts, medicines, as well as audio and video recordings.

Remembering and celebrating our history

Representing Indigenous communities, cultures, peoples and languages from across Manitoba.

Included in our collections are documents and recordings of Indigenous communities in Manitoba from the 1960s including Indigenous language recordings and video from the centennial celebrations at Lower Fort Garry. In addition to the objects of cultural significance, there is a significant archeological collection from across the province, as well as clothing, tools, and photographs which tell the story of Indigenous peoples in Manitoba over the past 150 years.

More recently, MICEC has accured an art collection which includes carvings, sculpture, crafts and paintings by Indigenous artists, both well-known names and lesser known, yet equally beautiful and important.

Easily accessible

Drop in or book a tour to check out some of our amazing items!

MICEC provides a variety of convenient options for you to explore our wide range of unique offerings that represent the variety of Indigenous cultures in Manitoba including:

  1. We welcome you to drop in to MICEC and take an on-site tour;
  2. Plan your visit by connecting with MICEC by booking a tour;
  3. Visit our online Heritage Collection by visiting https://micec.catalogaccess.com


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