About Hougen Heritage Gallery
The Hougen Heritage Gallery is a presentation space for heritage collections of photographs, including the Hougen family collection, and was inspired by Rolf Hougen's passion for Yukon heritage. Exhibitions presented in the Hougen Heritage Gallery are curated by the MacBride Museum or the Friends of the Yukon Archives Society, and rotate every four months.
About MacBride Museum
Yukon adventure starts at the MacBride Museum of Yukon History! From gold rush fever to the birth of Whitehorse, MacBride offers the most comprehensive view of the characters and events that built Canada's Yukon.
The museum, located in downtown Whitehorse just blocks away from the Arts Underground gallery, is open all year. MacBride offers programming for all ages on Yukon's nature culture and history. Once a year, MacBride mounts exhibits in the Hougen Heritage Gallery featuring outstanding artifacts from its collection of more than 25,000 objects, photographs and archival documents.
For more information on our exhibits, programming and events go to our website at macbridemuseum.com or call (867) 667-2709 ext.6.
About the Friends of the Yukon Archives Society
The Friends of the Yukon Archives Society (FOYAS) is a registered non-profit society that has been working since 1997 with the Yukon Archives to acquire, preserve, and provide access to the Yukon's rich documentary heritage. FOYAS is committed to assisting and advising the Yukon Archives in its important goal of preserving our past by: supporting and promoting programs and activities, receiving and administering gifts, endowments and bequests, and helping to make records at the archives more accessible. FOYAS presents exhibits from the collections of Yukon Archives twice yearly in the Hougen Heritage Gallery.
For more information about Yukon Archives and to view virtual exhibits/search the collections, please visit yukonarchives.ca or call (867) 667-5321.