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September 21, 2018 - October 20, 2018

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Fri, September 21 - Mon, September 24, 2018
2018 Oklahoma Museum Association Conference External Event Page
Edmond, Oklahoma
Venue: The 2018 Conference Hotel is the Hilton Garden Inn Edmond Conference Center
Theme: Reaching New Heights: Best Practices for Elevating Your Museum. 2018 Conference Discount Rate limited slots have been filled. Look for early bird rates in spring 2018. Thank you to the following exhibitors who have committed to being exhibitors at the 2018 OMA conference; Back40 Design /// Certified Folder Display Service, Inc. /// Exhibit Concepts, Inc. /// Martin&Martin Design /// Oklahoma Arts Council /// Oklahoma Department of Libraries /// Southwest Solutions Group, Inc. /// The Donning Company Publishers /// University of Central Oklahoma College of Liberal Arts /// University of Oklahoma College of Professional and Continuing Studies /// University of Oklahoma Press /// University of Oklahoma School of Library and Information Studies /// Vann & Associates /// Western Center for the Conservation of Fine Art.
Sun, September 23 - Thu, September 27, 2018
Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) 2018 Annual Conference  External Event Page
Seattle, Washington
Venue: All meetings, program sessions, General Sessions, and Exhibit Hall events will take place at the Was
The Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) Annual Conference is the largest, most comprehensive zoo and aquarium professionals’ event in the country. The Conference offers attendees valuable networking and learning opportunities, and the chance to explore cutting-edge product and service providers. Attending the AZA Annual Conference provides opportunities to: Explore ideas and best practices with more than 150 education program sessions ///// poster presentations ///// and round-table topic discussions ///// Discover successes and lessons learned from a community of veterans and young professionals – large and small facilities alike ///// Experience new technology and services in a diverse Exhibit Hall featuring more than 150 companies and organizations showcasing their latest products ///// Connect with more than 2,800 dedicated colleagues at AZA-accredited aquariums and zoos who share a common vision to protect and save species. Hosted by the Seattle Aquarium and Woodland Park Zoo.
Sat, September 29 - Tue, October 2, 2018
ASTC 2018 Annual Conference - Association of Science - Technology Centers External Event Page
Hartford, Connecticut
Venue: Connecticut Science Center in Hartford
Thank you to everyone who made ASTC 2017 a great success, especially our host The Tech Museum of Innovation and our sponsors! Save the dates—next year’s conference will be hosted by Connecticut Science Center, September 29–October 2, 2018. Make this premier global networking and professional-growth event part of your 2018 staff-development and budget planning now.
Sun, September 30 - Wed, October 3, 2018
Florida Association of Museums Annual Conference 2018 External Event Page
Naples, Florida
Venue: Ritz-Carlton Naples
Monday's evening events are sure to enchant history buffs, nature-lovers, and car enthusiasts alike. Our first stop is at Historic Palm Cottage, Naples' oldest house (1895) and a rare example of tabby mortar construction. Next up is the Collier Museum with its native gardens and historic exhibits. We'll end the evening at the Revs Institute, where you'll see some of the rarest and most important cars ever built. //// Need pointers on writing a successful grant application? Or advice on finding funding opportunities? The conference offers several options. IMLS Grants: Tips and Techniques for Success is scheduled for Monday. Funding Collection Storage through Grants is on Tuesday. And then on Wednesday, representatives from the Florida Department of State will lead a discussion about available funding and application tips. Questions welcome. //// Sponsorships are a great way to get noticed at the FAM conference. Reach over 300 museum professionals by sponsoring one of the special events planned for this year's conference. All sponsors will receive a listing in the program, recognition and signage at your sponsored event, and acknowledgment in the October FAM News. Find out what opportunities are available.
For more information, please call 850-222-6028 or email fam@flamuseums.org.
Sun, October 7 - Tue, October 9, 2018
Iowa Museum Association 2018 Conference External Event Page
Cedar Falls, Iowa
Venue: Country Inn and Suites
The Iowa Museum Association annually holds a statewide conference to provide professional development and networking opportunities. The Annual Meeting of the Iowa Museum Association is also held during the annual conference, which moves around the state. the IMA Conference will be held in Cedar Falls, Iowa, on the campus of the University of Northern Iowa. The UNI Museums, UNI Gallery of Art, James & Meryl Hearst Center for the Arts, Cedar Falls Historical Society, and Hartman Nature Reserve will all be utilized for conference venues. Country Inn and Suites is the conference hotel.
For more information, please email Director@iowamuseums.org.
Mon, October 8 - Wed, October 10, 2018
Southeastern Museums 2018 Conference External Event Page
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Venue: Jackson, Mississippi
The Southeastern Museums Conference is one of the largest and friendliest regional museum associations in the nation, representing twelve states, plus Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Known for its creative programs and exciting evening events, SEMC's "all in one" registration encourages informal interaction between Resource Expo exhibitors and meeting participants. SEMC's Annual Meeting and Resource Expo are perfect formats for businesses to directly reach museum decision-makers. Museum leaders in many different disciplines include directors, curators, registrars, exhibit designers and educators. Resource Expo hours and activities are scheduled to encourage maximum traffic and exposure for your products and services.
Wed, October 17 - Sat, October 20, 2018
Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums 2018 Annual Meeting External Event Page
Baltimore, Maryland
Venue: Conference Hotel: Embassy Suites by Hilton – Baltimore Inner Harbor
We are divided as a nation–politically, socially, culturally. But museums are one place where Americans can come together–to learn, to think, to enjoy, to see ourselves reflected, to understand others who are different, and to heal. Museums have a significant role to play in igniting dialogue and change in our communities through dynamic programs, collections, and exhibitions–the sky is the limit. Whether you are an emerging professional or a seasoned veteran,​ the MAAM Conference is the place to find the most up-to-date information to make your museum thrive. Join us in Baltimore, Charm City, and the place for fun, food and great museums– for the 2018 Annual Conference. Our sessions will spark you​r​ creativity and offer practical solutions and workable models for making museums really matter in their communities. Envision change, implement new ideas, take action, and ​secure funding. Museums matter now.
For more information, please email midatlanticmuseums@gmail.com .
Wed, October 17 - Sat, October 20, 2018
2018 Society for the Preservation of Old Mills (SPOOM) conference External Event Page
East Meredith, New York
Venue: HANFORD MILLS MUSEUM-NY
Join Hanford Mills & SPOOM and Explore the Power of the Past: Hanford Mills Museum (HMM) is the host site for the 2018 Society for the Preservation of Old Mills (SPOOM) conference. Time will be allocated for attendees to spend plenty of time exploring HMM’s water- and steam-powered site. The Mill complex includes a sawmill, gristmill, and woodworking shops all in one building. An operating mill site since 1846, for most of its commercial life Hanford Mills was owned and operated by the family of David Josiah Hanford, who purchased the mill in 1860. Your visit will feature demonstrations of historic mill machinery and the 1926 Fitz overshot waterwheel.
Sun, October 21 - Wed, October 24, 2018
Western Museums Association’s 2018 Annual Meeting External Event Page
Tacoma, Washington
Venue: Hotel Murano, Tacoma, WN
The theme of the 2018 Annual Meeting is INSPIRE, and will focus on the ways museums inspire action, change, and unity. The Western Museums Association’s (WMA) Annual Meeting is known as a premier venue for those who work in the museum industry to exchange ideas and best practices, network with colleagues, and learn from each other by attending valuable sessions. Attendees come away inspired and energized about their profession. Upon returning home, they seek out opportunities to grow and further the creative culture that is the foundation of our society. The 2018 Program promises to provide a multitude of perspectives representative of today’s museum landscape, and continue the WMA’s rich tradition of provocative programming and educational opportunities.

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