Membership Advisory: Government of Alberta 2017 Budget
The AMA has released its summary of the Government of Alberta's
2017 - 2018 Budget, which was presented on March 16, 2017.
Read it Here
Museums @ the Mic Episode Four Now Available: Disaster
Lessons from New Zealand: Part One
This episode features a conversation with Sarah Murray,
Curatorial Manager at the Canterbury Museums in Christchurch, New
Zealand. Part One focusses on the community responses in
Christchurch following a series of deadly earthquakes and
aftershocks that hit the region between September 2010 and February
Listen to Episode Four
Social Responsibility Workshop Open for Registration
This workshop will be hosted by The Peace River Museum,
Archives, and Mackenzie Centre, as the 2016 recipient of the Robert
R. Janes Award for Social Responsibility.
This one day workshop will explore how museums can establish
reciprocal relationships with like-minded organizations in order to
build a stronger, more respectful community.
Nominations Open for the Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers
The AMA, in partnership with the Canadian Museums Association
(CMA), is thrilled to introduce the Sovereign's Medal for
Volunteers to recognize the dedication and commitment of volunteers
to their communities.
An Official Canadian Honour, the Governor General of Canada's
Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers is part of the Canadian
Honours System. Recipients receive a medal to recognize their
ongoing commitment to volunteerism.
Call for INFOrm Submissions
Do you have a story that highlights how #MuseumsDoMore that you would like to
share with the Alberta museum community?
The Spring 2017 issue will focus on the resiliency and
innovation inherent to our sector in order to highlight Alberta
museums and museum professionals striving for relevance and
excellence in our changing world.
Employment Opportunity: Communications Lead
We're hiring! The AMA is looking for a communications
professional with experience in the non-profit or museum
Peace River Social Responsibility Workshop
This workshop will be hosted by The Peace River Museum, Archives, and Mackenzie Centre, as the 2016 recipient of the Robert R. Janes Award for Social Responsibility. #MuseumsDoMore