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Multiply your fundraising and marketing effectiveness with innovative new strategies when you attend the CMA’s
A special thank you to the following for their support of the Symposium:
From November 18–20, museum professionals will meet in Calgary to discuss the future of marketing and fundraising in museums in Canada. Over the course of the Symposium, you’ll hear firsthand strategies from leading experts, participate in hands-on training, and network with colleagues from across the country to uncover the tools you need to increase the effectiveness and success of your campaigns.
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 development, marketing and communications, and those responsible for public relations within your institution.
Why should I attend?
Alberta Museums Association (AMA) members will receive the CMA member registration rate, and this learning opportunity is eligible for funding through the AMA’s professional development grant .
Questions? Please contact Sue-Ann Ramsden at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to the following individuals, who have all been instrumental in the planning
Susan Burrows-Johnson, Lethbridge, AB • Naomi Grattan, Calgary, AB • Robert Laidler, Museum Foundation of Canada, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON • Sue Lamothe, Canadian Museums Association, Ottawa, ON • Donna Livingstone, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB • Vanessa McBay, Ifactory/Agency of Record for the Rooms, St. John’s, NL • Meaghan Patterson, Alberta Museums Association, Edmonton, AB • Sue-Ann Ramsden, Canadian Museums Association, Ottawa, ON • John Swettenham, Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, ON • Vincent Varga, Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, AB
Veuillez noter que ce congrès se déroulera en anglais seulement.
Unless otherwise indicated, the views expressed by any participant at any activity organized by the Canadian Museums Association (CMA) reflect the opinion of the specific participant, and do not necessarily represent the views or policies of the CMA. Participants are expected to be constructive, respectful and professional in their engagement at CMA events.