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- The Award of Excellence in Philanthropy
- The Awards of Outstanding Achievement
- The Award of Distinguished Service
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- The Barbara A. Tyler Award in Museum Leadership
- ICOM Canada's International Achievement Award
- Recognizing Canadian Museum Volunteers
- Dr. Shirley L. Thomson Young Curators Award
- Governor General’s History Award for Excellence in Museums: History Alive!
Awards of Outstanding Achievement
Awards for Volunteers
The Awards of Outstanding Achievement recognize exceptional museum projects in a variety of different categories. The CMA awards committee assesses all submissions and winners are selected by majority vote. If the committee is unable to identify a suitable achievement, no award is given. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
Conservation: For excellence in preservation and conservation practices.
Education: For programming that advances knowledge and understanding by reaching new audiences or enhancing existing ones.
There are two sub-categories:
Marketing: For effective marketing tools, including advertising campaigns, public relations and promotional programs, which increase public awareness, and visitorship.
Open to any individual, team or institution in the museum field, with the exception of the members of the CMA awards committee. Projects must be completed during the year of application.
November 15 each year.
Projects will be assessed against the following:
Nominations may be made by the person or group who carried out the project, or by a third party, and must be sponsored by someone with individual or institutional membership in the CMA.
You simply have to complete and submit the nomination form. The form requires the following information: