- Financial services
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- Young Canada Works
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- The Award of Distinguished Service
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- Recognizing Canadian Museum Volunteers
- Dr. Shirley L. Thomson Young Curators Award
- Governor General’s History Award for Excellence in Museums: History Alive!
- Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medals
A special thank you to the following for their support of the Symposium:
Due to limited space, registration for The Future of Exhibition Design Symposium opens for CMA Institutional members ONLY on July 25. No exceptions. We will be opening registration to independent exhibit designers at a later date.
Registration is not available online. To register, please complete the PDF registration form and forward it to the CMA.
If you are not a CMA member but would like to attend, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waiting list.
The Future of Exhibition Design Symposium
On November 20-21 museum professionals from across Canada will meet in Montréal to discuss the future of exhibition design in Canada. Together we will explore design challenges museums and galleries are facing, and collectively imagine solutions for the 21st century visitor experience.
Through a mix of presentations, an extensive list of topics will be addressed. Facilitated round table discussions will be the cornerstone for the Symposium. Topics will include:
At the conclusion of the Symposium, delegates will leave with a comprehensive understanding of the practicalities, solutions to logistical challenges and an expanded network of collaborators and partners.
Who should attend?
The Symposium is particularly recommended for museum professionals involved in any aspect of exhibition design — designers, curators, project managers, interpretive planners, architects and fabricators.
Apply for a Travel Bursary at: www.museums.ca/site/bursaries
Don’t Delay — Register Today!
Thank you to the following individuals, who have all been instrumental in the planning of this Symposium.
Mark Engstrom, The Royal Ontario Museum • Jean Hazel, Musée National des beaux-arts du Québec