Join Amanda Foote, recipient of the Lillian Agnes Jones Fellowship for an evening of reflection on her work at the Whyte Museum Archives. Several years ago we set out to learn what value spaces like museums and archives might have for Îethka people. The opportunity provided by the Lillian Agnes Jones Fellowship allowed us, a group of Îethka storytellers working with a white settler researcher, to further this work in exciting ways. Over the course of Fall 2022 we spent five afternoons exploring the archives, collections, and spaces of the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies looking for connections to our past and our community. In this presentation we share some of our experiences, which may be useful to people looking to create inclusive spaces. We also share some of our findings, which highlight some of the beautiful and complex stories of the last two-hundred years in the bow valley. Registration is required. Registration for fall programming goes live on September 1, 2023.