Bent F. Larsen Gallery, Gallery 303, Brimhall Gallery; contemporary visual arts exhibits.
250-volume library of books and 4,500 papers on vertebrate paleontology; educational facilities; fossil books and gift items for sale; docent program; films; education programs of undergraduate/graduate students; guided tours; lectures; school loan servic
Systematic research collections in all areas of life science; educational exhibits depicting various habitats and biomes, education programs for the public both in-house and outreach; museum works with schools, scouts, and family groups; education activit
Guided tours; temporary exhibits; instruction in museum practice; research; education programs.
11 exhibition galleries, Utah Art Research Library, Sculpture Garden; 16 major exhibitions and 11 minor exhibitions per year. Museum hosts more than 16,000 elementary, secondary, and college students each year. Activities include: State High School show
Family inter-active center; print study room; theater, art study center; 75-seat restaurant, bookstore; lectures; gallery talks; education programs for undergraduate/graduate students and adults; docent program; permanent and temporary exhibits.
Provides free tours and video of the establishment of Orem, including farming, settlement of schools and churches, a village blacksmith shop, pioneer and Indian artifacts. City government and U.S. Steel exhibits will also be on display.
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Museum of artifacts, photographs and histories of early Springville, Utah pioneers who lived there from 1850-1900.
The VAM 2024 theme is Building Community: Engagement, Access and Support. Please see our VAM website for more details
We are excited to be in Virginia Beach, VA for the VAM Annual Conference! We'll be staying at the Mariott Virginia Beach Oceanfront.
CAM is planning for 2024! We are excited to share that CAM's 2024 Annual Conference will take place in Long Beach, California from March 10-14, 2024.
CAM's 2024 Annual Conference will take place in Long Beach, California from March 10–13, 2024. CAM last convened an annual conference in Long Beach in 2007, and 2024 marks our return to the beautiful Southern California locale. With a community rich in heritage, history, and iconic landmarks, Long Beach offers museum workers a point of gathering from which we'll launch into new ways of working and making change within the field.
For more information, please call !!!.
Atlanta Patron Weekend
MTA gathers board members and museum senior staff for a day of panels, presentations, Q&A, and peer-to-peer networking focused on current topics essential to museums today.
MTA Patrons will participate in a thoughtfully selected program of museum and private collection visits - only MTA Patrons will experience exclusive elements of the art world that are not accessible to the average visitor.
These private events provide ample opportunity for board members from across the Americas to network with their peers and to build long lasting relationships with like-minded MTA Patrons.
Registration is al la carte but attending every event is strongly encouraged for the most robust experience. Programming concludes with two days of exclusive private collection tours for MTA Patrons ($1500+ donors).
For more information, please call 410-402-0954.
THE 2024 CWAM ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD FROM MAY 1 THROUGH MAY 4 IN WORLAND, WYOMING
Worland may be a small town, but it is full of opportunities for big experiences! We hope you will join us for our 2024 Annual Meeting: Small Places, Big Ideas
Whether you are a business small or big, or you are a long-time or first-time supporter of CWAM, our community of museum professionals is waiting to hear about your products or services, or see your name sponsoring their favorite event.
Our 2024 WVAM Conference will be held at Shepherd Universit
in Shepherdstown, WV on June 6-8, 2024
WVAM conference is a program of papers, presentations, workshops, and poster sessions addressing our theme of “America at 250: West Virginia Plans for the Semiquincentennial.”