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February 22, 2019 - March 23, 2019


Fri, February 15 - Sat, March 30, 2019
Mississippi Museums Association’s 2019 Annual Conference  External Event Page
Meridian, Mississippi
Venue: Mississippi Industrial Heritage Museum, Meridian, 2019
Annual Conference and Meeting – Held each February/March, the annual meeting provides networking opportunities, learn about the value of museums and informative workshops. PLEASE CHECK THE ASSOCIATION WEBSITE FOR A FINAL DATE.
Sun, February 24 - Tue, February 26, 2019
Alabama Museums Association 2019 Annual Conference External Event Page
Montgomery, Alabama
Venue: Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Montgomery
Telling Our Stories: The 2019 Annual Meeting is happening February 24-26 in Montgomery, but start planning now! Share your work and ideas with us! Start planning your trip! The host hotel is the Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Montgomery. Rooms are $109 plus taxes/per night.
Sun, February 24 - Thu, February 28, 2019
Public Land Alliance 2019 Conference and Trade Show External Event Page
Denver, Colorado
Venue: Denver - Sheraton Denver Downtown
We invite you to join us in Denver, CO, this February 24 - February 28, 2019, for a week's worth of learning and connecting with the public lands community. This annual gathering brings together public land nonprofits and land management agency representatives for shared learning experiences, high-level discussions, and opportunities to build relationships with those in the public lands industry. Note: Exhibitors Sold Out
For more information, please call 301-946-9475
Fri, March 8 - Sun, March 10, 2019
Museum Association of Montana's 50th Annual Conference.  External Event Page
Helena, Montana
Venue: Radisson Colonial Hotel
Community and Collaboration: MAM will hosts an annual conference for 2019 to benefit Museums across the state of Montana with valuable information dedicated just towards Museums. From a quarterly newsletter, to technical workshops, annual awards, conference scholarships and more, the Museums Association of Montana is dedicated to providing you with up-to-date information by keeping you informed.
Wed, March 20 - Fri, March 22, 2019
Tennessee Association of Museums 2019 Conference  External Event Page
Clarksville, Tennessee
Venue: The Riverview Inn
Community engagement is not a new topic for museums. John Cotton Dana wrote over 100 years ago that “Learn what aid the community needs: fit the museum to those needs.” (1917). Today, more than ever, museums rely on their local communities as resources vital to the sustainability of our institutions. They provide financial support, volunteer time, rich stories about community history, beautiful art for exhibit installations, and more. This year’s conference will focus on the question: How can museums in Tennessee better cultivate these valuable community resources, connect to new audiences in our backyard, and use them to become more sustainable institutions? ///// In 2019 as TAM gathers near the river in Clarksville, the sessions and evening outings to local museums allow time to discuss issues related to using our local resources to advance our missions within our communities. Get ideas on how to cultivate and connect to your community from the Customs House Museum & Cultural Center, Austin Peay State University, Fort Defiance Civil War Park and Interpretive Center, Historic Collinsville, and the Don F. Pratt Museum at Fort Campbell. Connecting to community is critical for sustainability for cultural institutions. Let’s gather in Clarksville as a museum community to share successes, learn from failures, and gain valuable information on how to make our institutions critical community assets.
Wed, March 20 - Fri, March 22, 2019
South Carolina Federation of Museums 2019 Conference External Event Page
The location for the 2019 Conference is Horry County, SC. Please contact the Association for more details. /// We invite you to consider supporting SCFM’s annual conference. Your support of our conference allows us to grow the organization and promote strong relationships between SC museums and other cultural institutions within SCFM. We have several opportunities for you to consider listed below that help make our conference a success. If you cannot pledge the full amount to a sponsorship, we would gladly accept a partial sponsorship for the opportunity in which you are interested. You
Sun, March 24 - Mon, March 25, 2019
North Carolina Museums Council 2019 Annual Conference External Event Page
Asheville, North Carolina
Venue: Asheville, NC
The Conference will be held in Asheville, NC, March 24-25, 2019. Please check the Association website for details.

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