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February 19, 2018 - March 20, 2018


Sun, February 18 - Tue, February 20, 2018
34th Annual Small Museum Association Conference External Event Page
College Park, Maryland
Venue: The Hotel at the University of Maryland,
The annual SMA conference attracts more than 250 museum professionals, board members, and volunteers from a wide variety of small museums. They attend sessions on topics ranging from collections and education to staffing and board issues. We offer a large Museum Resource Hall and plenty of informal networking opportunities for you to talk with (and get ideas from!) other small museum professionals and volunteers.
For more information, please email
Sun, February 25 - Thu, March 1, 2018
Public Lands Alliance 2018 Convention and Trade Show External Event Page
Palm Springs, California
Venue: Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel
The Public Lands Alliance Convention and Trade Show brings together nonprofits, land management agencies and companies to learn, network and engage on public lands issues. The 2018 educational program focuses on helping nonprofit leaders and land management agency partners leverage resources together, connect to their local communities and develop strong leadership to better serve public lands. //// Find Solutions for Your Educational, Philanthropic and Operational Needs The Public Lands Alliance Trade Show is the place to find top-of-the-line educational, theme-related and functional products and services that fulfill your interpretive and philanthropic missions, help visitors commemorate their adventures and support your nonprofit operations. The 2018 Trade Show is sold-out with 120+ exhibitors who offer unique products and services for your nonprofit and who share a passion for public lands.
For more information, please call 301-946-9475
Sun, March 4 - Tue, March 6, 2018
Alabama Museums Association Annual Meeting 2018 External Event Page
Venue: Tuscaloosa
We want to learn from you! We'll see you in Tuscaloosa, March 4-6, 2018!
For more information, please email
Sun, March 4 - Tue, March 6, 2018
Mississippi Museums Association’s 2018 Annual Conference  External Event Page
Jackson, Mississippi
Venue: Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum
Join us for MMA’s 2018 Annual Conference hosted by Two Mississippi Museums – the Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum in Jackson, MS. The conference will be held March 4-6, 2018. More information will be released soon.
Thu, March 8 - Sat, March 10, 2018
Montana Museums 2018 Annual Conference External Event Page
Community and Collaboration: The Next 50 Years for Montana's Museums. If you have any questions about the conference, please contact: Deb Mitchell- MAM Executive Director- 406-444-4789 or
For more information, please call 406-444-4789
Sat, March 10 - Tue, March 13, 2018
Virginia Association of Museum's 50th Anniversary! VAM's 2018 Annual Conference  External Event Page
Norfolk, Virginia
Venue: Norfolk Hilton The Main
Plan now to join your museum colleagues from across Virginia and Washington, DC for one of the largest state museum conferences in the country, and to celebrate VAM's 50th Anniversary! Plan now to join nearly 500 professionals, students, and businesses from across the east coast for one of the largest state museum conferences in the country, and to celebrate VAM’s 50th Anniversary. VAM’s 2018 Annual Conference takes place in Norfolk, Virginia over March 10-13, 2018 at Downtown Norfolk’s new luxury waterfront hotel Norfolk Hilton The Main. You won’t want to miss this milestone event!
Sun, March 18 - Mon, March 19, 2018
2018 North Carolina Museums Council Annual Conference External Event Page
Greensboro, North Carolina
Venue: The Grandover Resort & Conference Center
Where We Meet: Strengthening Community Relations. We hope you’ll join us in Greensboro! //// About our theme: In 2016, fiber artist Janet Echelman unveiled a dramatic 200-foot sculpture rippling in the breeze above the new LeBauer City Park in downtown Greensboro. The inspiration for the design of her piece “Where We Met” was the multiple railway lines converging on Greensboro and its numerous textile mills. In the same way, many threads of our communities connect at our museums. We welcome new audiences, promote new perspectives, and collect local culture. Our museums strive to be gathering places. We anchor economic development, present community stories, and provide learning experiences for everyone. By connecting with our communities, large and small, museums can survive and even thrive under today’s challenging economic and cultural conditions.
Wed, March 21 - Fri, March 23, 2018
Tennessee Association of Museums 2018 Conference External Event Page
Pickwick Dam, Tennessee
Venue: The Inn at Pickwick Landing State Park,
Museums are repositories of art, history, science, and culture and are crucial to community unity in Tennessee whether the communities are large or small. When we come together to share common concerns, success stories, and noble failures, we strengthen our individual institutions, refresh our personal passion for our missions, and become powerful advocates for the importance of museums in our world. The 2018 Tennessee Association of Museums Annual Conference will be held at Pickwick Landing State park near Shiloh, the site of one of the most intense (and storied) battles of the Civil War that helps illustrate what can happen when division gets extreme. It is now more important than ever for museums in Tennessee to search for common ground amongst a diversity of institutions/organizations and beliefs. Like the museums of southwest Tennessee work together with the Southwest Tennessee Tourism Association, museums across Tennessee need to work together to present a united front to advocate for the preservation and sustainability of Tennessee’s vibrant museum community. Join us in March at Pickwick Landing State Park to discover ideas about how we can learn from one another and join in one voice to support the museums across the state of Tennessee.
For more information, please email
Wed, March 21 - Fri, March 23, 2018
South Carolina Federation of Museums 2018 Conference External Event Page
Walhalla, South Carolina
Venue: Oconee Heritage Center
Small Museums...Large Impact: This year we are talking about the different ways small museums and other small cultural institutions impact their communities. //// How has your small museum impacted your community? What successes have you had working with a small budget? Have you found resources that work well for a small museum? Have you collaborated with local governments or institutions? As a larger museum, what ideas and resources can you share that would help small museums? //// Hosted at the Oconee Heritage Center.
For more information, please email .
Wed, March 21 - Sat, March 24, 2018
2018 West Virginia Association of Museums Annual Conference & Meeting External Event Page
Charleston, West Virginia
Venue: Multiple sites in Charleston, WV
Join WVAM as we build our museum community and take over Charleston! Communities are ever expanding entities; people come and go, interests change over time, and new ideas and time-tested tactics must come into play to both maintain and build relationships. By strengthening our community ties, whether within our organization, county, state, or nation, we can better serve as stewards and advocates for culture, science, and history.
$100 for members, $125 for nonmembers (through March 8); $120 and $150 after March 8
For more information, please call 304-232-3087 or email

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