2021 Conference Series

The Alberta Museums Association (AMA) is excited to announce our 50th Anniversary Conference Series! Throughout 2021, we will be hosting four virtual events to celebrate excellence in the Alberta museum community over the past 50 years and examine the trends and priorities that are shaping the future of our sector.

Guided by the four pillars of ReconciliationInclusionCommunity, and Innovation, the 50th Anniversary Conference Series will explore the dynamic ways museums represent, engage, and connect with the people and world around them.

 

Call for Proposals Now Open 

Join us as presenters and contributors! Embracing the virtual environment for the Conference Series, we want you to get creative with the time, delivery method, and format that will allow you to best share your work in a digital space.

Click here to view the Call for Proposals for more information about presenting during the live half-day events or contributing to the tie-in content that will be released alongside the formal program. The Call for Proposals will be available on an ongoing basis, with submission deadlines ahead of each event in the Conference Series.

 

Learn More 

In the weeks to come, we will be announcing more information about the Conference Series. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to get the latest updates. 

As we mark our 50th year, the museum sector in Alberta and around the world is facing incredible challenges and rapid, ongoing change at an unprecedented scale. With our Conference Series, we want to showcase the leadership, resilience, and determination of the Alberta museum community as we work together to seize these opportunities to adapt and grow.

We hope you will join us throughout 2021 to celebrate the AMA's 50th Anniversary, the work of the amazing sector we support, and the shared future we are embracing together!

 


 

For more information about the AMA's Annual Conference or other professional development opportunities, please contact Ben Fast, Program Lead, at learning@museums.ab.ca or 780.424.2626.

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