Kevin Brownlee obtained his Master's Degree in Anthropology from the University of Manitoba. He was hired as the Curator of Archaeology at the Manitoba Museum in 2003. His research focuses on the archaeology of Manitoba's boreal forest and the emerging filed of indigenous archaeology.
The Manitoba Museum is located on Treaty 1 land, the traditional territories of Anishinaabeg, Ininiwak, and Dakota peoples and the homeland of the Métis Nation. The Museum recognizes its indebtedness to all Indigenous peoples of this province, including the Nakota, Anishininiwak, Dene and Inuit.
Acknowledging the harms and mistakes of the past, the Manitoba Museum is committed to improving relationships with Indigenous peoples in the spirit of reconciliation and collaboration. The Museum extends its appreciation for the opportunity to live and learn on these traditional lands in mutual respect.
Manitoba Museum is accredited by Imagine Canada for excellence in non-profit accountability, transparency and governance.