On the second floor are two galleries featuring rotating displays from the Museum’s permanent collection, and travelling exhibits of all descriptions.

Keepsakes of Conflict: Trench Art and Other Canadian War-Related Craft

July 2 – September 30, 2018

Trench art is defined as any item made by soldiers, prisoners of war and civilians, from war material directly, or any other material, as long as it and they are associated with armed conflict or its consequences. The 100th anniversary of the First World War has been an opportunity for the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery (MJM&AG) to examine the little-studied area of Canadian craft related to war. This traveling exhibition was organized by the MJM&AG and guest curated by Heather Smith. MJM&AG acknowledges the generous funding support provided by the Department of Canadian Heritage through the Museums Assistance Program and sponsorship by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 59.

Albert the Albertosaurus

July 9 – December, 2018

New and improved! Along with Albert, our resident Albertosaurus, come see a geologic timeline covering 4.5 billion years of earth’s history from the Precambrian to the Cenozoic eras. Also on display are some of earth’s oldest fossils, a Mosasaur vertebra, dig boxes to test your paleontological skills, and much more.