Partnership

The Alberta Museums Association (AMA) values collaborative leadership and works with a number of partners to lead, facilitate, and support museums in their vital role with communities.

The AMA works in partnership with a variety of organizations on special projects, career development opportunities, and events. These opportunities provide flexible recognition benefits and raise the profile of partners in the museum and heritage communities.

Conference Sponsorship and Exhibitor Opportunities

The Alberta Museums Association Conference is the largest gathering of museum professionals in Western Canada and is a key educational and networking opportunity for those working in the museum sector.

This year, the AMA will be working with the Western Museums Associationthe membership organization for museums and museum professionals in the Western United States, to host a joint international conference in Edmonton, Alberta on September 20 - 23, 2017.

More information on Conference 2017: UNITE

VIEW SPONSOR AND EXHIBITOR OPPORTUNITIES   

Sponsor and Exhibitor Registration Form   

Why participate in Conference?

  • The AMA / WMA Conference is an exciting opportunity to promote your products and services to over 500 professionals from the museum and cultural sectors throughout the province, Canada, and the Western United States.
  • This is your chance to foster new business with Conference delegates and their networks, which represent some of the best resourced markets in Canada.
  • Participation in this Conference will connect you with regional, national, and international leaders and decision-makers in the museum field, which will allow your organization to meet people with influence in these institutions. 
  • As a Conference Sponsor or Trade Show Exhibitor, you not only raise your profile with the cultural communities, you contribute to the success of this event. Your support contributes to the reputation of excellence and professionalism for which the Alberta museum community is recognized.
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