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Registration Open: Modelling What Works

Fort Calgary, as the 2014 recipient of the Robert R. Janes Award for Social Responsibility, will host a Modelling What Works workshop on May 13, 2015. The Fort's innovative approach to combining the history of their site with the needs of their community can provide a model for community engagement, partnership development, and leadership. Come prepared for a hands-on experience with work gloves, sturdy boots, and enthusiasm to lend a hand in the garden. Space is limited.

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Call for Session Proposals: Conference 2015

The Alberta Museums Association is currently seeking session proposals for the 2015 Conference that explore the ways museums nurture organizational health and community engagement on their path towards resiliency.

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Future Coalition Summit

The Alberta Museums Association would like to thank all of our delegates, speakers, and partners for making the Future Coalition Summit a success. It was an exhilarating day of spirited conversation, thought-provoking sessions, and new connections. Stay tuned for information about the Future Coalition's ongoing work and the impact of the Community Engagement Initiative in Alberta's communities.

We would also like to thank Sam Hester for creating the wonderful graphic representation of the day's discussions, themes, and plans.

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Visit our blog at museums-cei.blogspot.ca for more photos, check us out on Twitter @AlbertaMuseums, and see the day's conversation at #engageAB!

Events

  • Museum Visitor Experience Workshop

    March
    11

    The Museum Visitor Experience Program launches on March 11, 2015 with a one-day workshop by Tim Willis and the release of five self-assessment modules on the AMA website on March 12, 2015.

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  • Museum Visitor Experience Workshop (Second Offering)

    March
    12

    A second Museum Visitor Experience Program Workshop (MVEP) will be held on March 12, 2015 at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum. The workshop with Tim Willis will coincide with the release of five self-assessment modules on the AMA website.

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