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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.
Little Rock, Arkansas
State Associations
The Arkansas Museums Association (AMA) is an organization of museums and museum personnel dedicated to the promotion of professional standards in Arkansas museums, the encouragement of interaction between members and the development of public support for and interest in Arkansas Museums.
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.
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.
Santa Cruz, California
State Associations, Consortiums, Alliances and other Support Groups
CAM is a professional and dynamic community of individuals and organizations that seeks to create a brighter future for museums and their communities. We connect museum professionals and volunteers with timely information and practical resources, which fosters museums that are relevant and effective organizations that make a positive impact on our state and its citizens.
Denver, Colorado
State Associations
At our member museums you can see everything from astronauts to arachnids, dinosaurs to dolls, and pioneers to Picassos. We have western forts, Victorian homes, living historical farms, and modern arts centers. Our museums are located in the heart of modern cities like Denver and Cheyenne, nestled in spectacular mountain valleys, and on wide-open plains with more sky than any other place in America.
New Britain, Connecticut
State Associations
For over 50 years, we have strengthened and sustained our members by sharing knowledge and experience, and promoting best practices among museums, historical societies and all who steward Connecticut’s heritage collections.
Lewes, Delaware
State Associations
The purpose of the Delaware Museum Association is to assist museums and museum staff members (paid and volunteer) to develop programs, share knowledge and resources, and work to promote a healthy, ethical and mutually supportive system of private, county, state, and federal museums within the State of Delaware.
Tallahassee, Florida
State Associations
Tallahassee, Florida
State Associations
The Florida Association of Museums is the not-for-profit professional organization for Florida’s museums and museum professionals. The mission of the Association is to represent and address the needs of the museum community, enhancing the ability of museums to serve the public interest. The Association encourages excellence it its members by promoting communication through which its members share information and resources, effect legislation and promote support of museums.
Marietta, Georgia
State Associations
The Georgia Association of Museums and Galleries is a statewide organization dedicated to serving a diverse membership in a way that establishes a responsive network, provides a resource base and promotes professionalism so that Georgia's museum community is strong, effective and proactive.
Honolulu, Hawai'i
State Associations
• be a catalyst for the exchange of information and ideas among museums and related institutions in Hawai’i
Frankfort, Kentucky
State Associations
Moscow, Idaho
State Associations
The IAM is a private, non-profit organization and the only state-wide grassroots group devoted to serving Idaho museums. Established in the late 1970s, the IAM is a volunteer organization funded by membership and conferences fees, and since 1990, interest from a small endowment from the Idaho Centennial Commission.
Springfield, Illinois
State Associations
The Illinois Association of Museums is an agent for positive change in the museum community-providing advocacy, promoting best practices, and fostering the exchange of ideas.
Indianapolis, Indiana
State Associations
Cedar Falls, Iowa
State Associations
The mission of the Iowa Museum Association is to provide quality training and development to Iowa museum professionals and volunteers, advocate for support of member museums, and build a strong community of museums in Iowa.
Topeka, Kansas
State Associations
The Kansas Museums Association (KMA) is dedicated to serving the museums and museum staff of Kansas. KMA members represent a rich diversity of museums from art centers to historical sites and societies to galleries to zoos. Individual members include students, curators, administrators, volunteers, trustees, educators and many others.
Frankfort, Kentucky
State Associations
The Kentucky Museum and Heritage Alliance (KMHA) provides services and programs developed to increase public awareness and appreciation of museums throughout the state. KMHA offers professional development opportunities through workshops, seminars and meetings. The KMHA annual meeting, held at sites of interest across the state, provides members unique learning opportunities, access to a diverse network of colleagues and a voice in the future of the organization.
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