Rates for 2024
|Type name||Price (USD)||Notes|
|EARLY BIRD RATES END FEB. 2, 2024|
|Museum Professional MAAM Member (Early Bird)||$350.00||For those working for a museum or related non-profit entity.|
|Museum Professional Non-MAAM Member (Early Bird)||$450.00||For those working for a museum or related non-profit entity.|
|All Other Professionals MAAM Member (Early Bird)||$485.00||For those working as an architect, designer, consultant, owners rep, engineer, or another industry partner.|
|All Other Professionals Non-MAAM Member (Early Bird)||$550.00||For those working as an architect, designer, consultant, owners rep, engineer, or another industry partner.|
|RATES AFTER FEB. 2|
|Museum Professional MAAM Member||$425.00||For those working for a museum or related non-profit entity.|
|Museum Professional Non-MAAM Member||$525.00||For those working for a museum or related non-profit entity.|
|All Other Professionals MAAM Member||$575.00||For those working as an architect, designer, consultant, owners rep, engineer, or another industry partner.|
|All Other Professionals Non-MAAM Member||$625.00|
|One Day Only||$275.00|
|Student||$150.00||Student access to full conference. MUST register with a .edu email address to utilize this rate|
Volunteer Applications are due Friday, January 26, 2024.
Accepted applications will be notified by mid-February.
Volunteer during the 2024 Building Museums Symposium. Volunteer opportunities typically include: assisting with check-in and registration, serving as breakout room steward, assisting with receptions or special events, serving as a tour liaison, and more. Volunteering is a cost effective way to attend the meeting. Learn more.
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Code of Conduct
The Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums (MAAM) is committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and welcoming environment free of bias and intimidation at all of our in-person and virtual events. In accordance with federal and state laws and with non-profit best practices, MAAM expressly prohibits any form of discrimination or harassment based on race, ethnicity, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, physicality, marital status, pregnancy, parenthood, status as a Vietnam-era or disabled veteran, or any other protected classification.
Discriminatory or harassing behavior by or towards any staff, volunteer, contractor, member, fellow, presenter, participant, vendor, or other person participating in MAAM programs or activities will not be tolerated.
Anyone who experiences or witnesses any violation of MAAM’s Code of Conduct should report the incident to MAAM’s Building Museums Coordinator or a member of the Board of Directors as soon as possible.
If you witness sexual harassment or assault, respond first to the affected person’s needs and safety. Support that person if they choose to report the incident but respect their decision to report or not report.
MAAM is not an adjudicating body. However, MAAM will receive complaints to support addressing grievances associated with MAAM programs and activities.
MAAM is committed to enforcing this code of conduct at all levels of its organization. Unacceptable behavior will result in immediate removal from MAAM message boards, chats, Facebook groups, Discord/Slack channels, and the Building Museums™ Virtual Symposium and MAAM Membership without refund.
MAAM reserves the right to prohibit participation in future programs and activities as well as the right to rescind association awards, fellowships, and/or and revoking or prohibiting membership.
Registration Cancellation Policy and Refunds
If you need to cancel your registration for Building Museums, we will provide a refund of the ticket price, less a $20 processing fee, up to Tuesday, February 27, 2024. We must receive your refund request in writing, by email, or in a written statement through WildApricot no later than Tuesday, February 27, 2024 explaining the need for a refund. After Tuesday, February 27, 2024, no refunds will be granted.
By registering for and attending this event, you grant the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums (MAAM) and its authorized representative permission to film, photograph, or otherwise record your participation in the event. You further agree that such images, photographs, and recordings may be used by MAAM without your prior approval in any form and for any lawful purpose including, without limitation, promoting MAAM. Such use will not entitle you to any credit or compensation. You release MAAM, its officers, and employees from any liability connected with the use of any image, photograph, or recording taken during the Annual Meeting.