Staff Contributors


MIA’s blog features many different voices from our museum, including staff and volunteers. However, we do have some bloggers who contribute more frequently than others. Get to know our major bloggers here:

First up is our Digital Assets Coordinator
Brittany Holliss

Intern Brittany Holliss
  • Job Title: Digital Assets Coordinator
  • Interests: K-pop, travel, reading fiction, visiting museums and keeping up with art events
  • Favorite Piece at MIA: All the dancing and wiggling polar bears and walruses!
  • Fun Fact: I’m afraid of heights but really, really,  REALLY want to go on the CN Tower Edge Walk
Next our, Public Programming and Development Coordinator
Lindsay Bontoft 

MIA's Volunteer Coordinator

  • Job Title: Public Programming and Development Coordinator
  • Interests: Community development, oral history, photography, and travel
  • Favorite Piece at MIA: Mark Tungilik’s “Musk Ox” and “Birds on Cliff”
  • Fun Fact: I plan to learn to play the acoustic guitar this year.
Next our, Collections Manager
Lauren Williams 
MIA's Collection Manager posting with the adult male polar bear hide from the Educational Collection.
  • Job Title: Collections Manager
  • Interests: Cyborgs, quoting NBC comedies in everyday conversation, knitting, accessibility.
  • Favorite Piece at MIA: Too many to choose.  Depends on what day you ask me!  Today, let’s say, “Hunter Aiming Gun [Ashtray]” by Artist Unknown, “Inuit Bible Class” by Ennutsiak and anything by Barnabus Arnasungaaq.
  • Fun Fact: I was once in a play about flying squirrels.

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