Join us for an evening of networking with colleagues and learn more about all that MAAM has to offer! Distinguished professional Martha Morris (bio below) will present on her newest book Leading Museums Today: Theory and Practice and share valuable insight from her experiences in museums. Light snacks and non-alcoholic beverages provided. Do not missRead more
Not an emerging professional and looking for something to do after the Coffey Award reception on Thursday, Oct 18th? Case[werks] is hosting an after-hours Open House of their new showroom located in Baltimore’s Mt. Vernon neighborhood! Mt. Vernon is one of the city’s most historically significant neighborhoods and home to many museums, cultural institutions andRead more
Tick Tock ⏰ – Early Bird Registration for the Annual Meeting ends tomorrow! Sign up now and save! 💵 http://maom.memberlodge.com/events Need to register four or more? Take advantage of MAAM’s group discount. Click here to fill out the form: MAAM_AM2018 Group Registration Form then submit to firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more
Getting the Green Building You Want Just Got Easier with New Leadership Workshop at Phipps Conservatory
Pittsburgh, PA — Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens announces the expansion of its popular Sustainability Workshops with the newest session to be held Oct. 9 – 10, guiding organizational leaders in determining “What Does Good Look Like? Getting the Green Building You Want.” Attendees will gain firsthand knowledge and actionable insights from the only team to achieve Living Building Challenge, LEED, WELL and SITES certificationsRead more
Registration is now open for the Annual Meeting! Register before September 14, 2018 to receive an Early Bird discount. We are divided as a nation—politically, socially, culturally. But museums are one place where Americans can come together—to learn, to think, to enjoy, to see ourselves reflected, to understand others who are different, and to heal.Read more
The 2019 National Conference for the National Council for History Education will be in Washington, DC from March 14-16, 2019. The theme is, “Exercising Power: Individuals and Institutions in History”. Submit a Proposal for the National Council for History Education. View the 2019 Call for Proposals at www.nche.net/2019proposalsubmission Submission Deadline: September 24th Check out NCHE’s flyerRead more
Apply today! Applicants will be evaluated and selected by the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums Fellowship Committee. Applicants will be notified via email if they have received a fellowship by the end of September.Read more
All MAAM members can post a position at no charge for 30 days. Non-members will be charged a rate of $50 for a 30 day posting. As of August 1, 2018, all postings must include the following in accordance with administrative best practices: description of the position and organization, numerical salary or salary range, benefits, andRead more
We are actively seeking session proposals that discuss museum projects of interest to small to medium-sized institutions. Session proposals should address one or more of the following topics: Leadership roles in museum building projects Strategic and master planning Budget and business planning The visitor experience Collections care and facility design Design and pre-construction processes ArchitectRead more
There’s still time! You have just one month to nominate your friend/colleague for the Katherine Coffey Award for their contribution to the museum field and to their communities. The Katherine Coffey Award is given each year by the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums to an individual in the Mid-Atlantic region to recognize distinguished achievement in theRead more
- Buildy Award Nominations Now Open!
- Building Museums™ 2020 Calls for Sessions now open
- Transatlantic Seminar for Museum Curators and Educators – Washington D.C., November 4-7, 2019
- IMLS Offers Grants Workshops for Museums in Six Regions Across the Nation
- Nominate a colleague for the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museum’s Katherine Coffey Award!