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Birmingham, Alabama
State Associations
The AMA member institutions are an amazing collection of places where one will discover the story of our great state and its people. Whether you're looking for the birthplace of Helen Keller, artifacts from our first inhabitants - the Native Americans, the finest collection of Wedgewood outside of England, an historic Frank Lloyd Wright home, or a replica of the bus on which an action to change the world took place, there's something here that will inspire you, too.
Washington, District of Columbia
National Associations
The American Alliance of Museums (formerly the American Association of Museums) is the one organization that supports all museums. Through advocacy and excellence, the Alliance strengthens the museum community. We support 21,000 museums, individuals and companies by: •Developing standards and best practices •Providing resources and career development •Advocating for museums to thrive.
Nashville, Tennessee
National Associations
Almost one hundred years after the first organization was created to serve and support the burgeoning field of state and local history, AASLH is providing services and leadership to thousands of institutional and individual members. It is the only comprehensive national organization dedicated to state and local history.
Minneapolis, Minnesota
National Associations
The American Craft Council (ACC) is a national, nonprofit educational organization founded in 1943 by Aileen Osborn Webb. With a mission to promote understanding and appreciation of contemporary American craft, we celebrate the remarkable achievements of the many gifted artists today who are working with a variety of materials.
Washington, District of Columbia
National Associations

AIC is the national membership organization supporting conservation professionals in preserving cultural heritage by establishing and upholding professional standards, promoting research and publications, providing educational opportunities, and fostering the exchange of knowledge among conservators, allied professionals, and the public.

Chicago, Illinois
National Associations
In 1998 the ALA Council voted commitment to five Key Action Areas as guiding principles for directing the Association’s energies and resources: Diversity, Equity of Access, Education and Continuous Learning, Intellectual Freedom, and 21st Century Literacy.
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
Consortiums, Alliances and other Support Groups
The Institutional Membership is for public gardens. Enhance the image of your organization by joining more than 500 public gardens throughout North America that are members of APGA. Showing your commitment to APGA's mission, to serve and strengthen public gardens throughout North America by supporting and promoting their work, value and achievements in horticulture display, education, research, and plant conservation.
Washington, District of Columbia
Consortiums, Alliances and other Support Groups
AMERICAN RECREATION COALITION (ARC)is a Washington-based non-profit organization formed in 1979. Since its inception, ARC has sought to catalyze public/private partnerships to enhance and protect outdoor recreational opportunities and the resources upon which such experiences are based.
North Little Rock, Arkansas
State Associations
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Consortiums, Alliances and other Support Groups
Wilberforce, Ohio
National Associations, Consortiums, Alliances and other Support Groups
The Association of African American Museums (AAAM) is a non-profit member organization established to support African and African American focus museums nationally and internationally, as well as the professionals who protect, preserve and interpret African and African American art, history and culture.
Arlington, Virginia
Consortiums, Alliances and other Support Groups
AAYM began in 1962 with a small group of children's museum directors who decided it would be helpful for them to meet informally as a group during the American Association of Museum's (AAM) annual meeting. Michel Spock says, "AAYM stayed informal for about a decade. We resisted turning it into a real organization. We didn't take minutes or have formal meetings. It was for directors - to discuss our common purpose and our problems and issues.
Ashland, New Hampshire
State Associations
AHSNH is a non-profit state-wide organization formed to facilitate networking among town historical societies. There are four meetings a year, the fourth Saturdays of April, June, August, and October.
AHSNH also publishes a newsletter, operates a website, and distributes an e-mail newsletter. The gem among networking opportunities, however, is the biennial Directory, containing contact information of all the historical societies in NH.
Indianapolis, Indiana
State Associations
The Association of Indiana Museums (AIM) is the statewide advocate and information resource for Hoosier museums.
AIM serves Indiana's museum community by providing leadership, developing cooperative initiatives, and promoting the use of professional standards.
Saint Louis, Missouri
Regional Associations
The Association of Midwest Museums (AMM), founded in 1927, is a dynamic, non-profit membership organization that provides resources to museums and cultural institutions and services to museum professionals in an eight-state region in the Midwest, including Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
Logan, Utah
National Associations
The people who run nature and environmental learning centers began getting together two decades ago to share ideas, experiences, and hard-won professional wisdom. Those early conversations soon became the Association of Nature Center Administrators (ANCA). ANCA is now an international network of nature and environmental learning center leaders designed to enhance professionalism and provide the support system critical to innovative and progressive management.
Wheaton, Maryland
Consortiums, Alliances and other Support Groups
The Association of Partners for Public Lands (APPL) fosters stewardship and appreciation of public lands and historic sites through effective partnerships.
Washington, District of Columbia
Consortiums, Alliances and other Support Groups
Science centers connect people with science. Science centers give science a presence in the community and offer people of all ages and backgrounds the opportunity to ask questions, discuss, and explore. Visit a science center, and you’ll encounter hands-on exhibits like giant levers, wave tanks, and walk-in kaleidoscopes.
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
State Associations
The Association of South Dakota Museums (ASDM) is an organization of museums and friends in service to the museum community in South Dakota since 1970. To fulfill its mission, ASDM holds an annual meeting, publishes a quarterly newsletter along with technical information pamphlets and a South Dakota Museum Directory, and organizes a series of workshops.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
National Associations
The work of the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums is made possible through the generous support of a national network of volunteers and supporting organizations. You, too, can support the preservation of indigenous cultures by becoming involved. If you would like to volunteer, host an event, or make a contribution, please contact Susan Feller at 405-401-8293 or email atalminfo@gmail.com. Stay up to date by signing up to get emails on ATALM activities. Join us on Facebook!
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