NEMA Fall Conference

Posted by Amanda Gustin on September 5, 2011 in conferences |

Heads up, everyone! The New England Museum Association’s fall conference will be held in Hartford, Connecticut from November 16-18. It promises to be a fascinating, fun time. The theme is “Museums in the Mirror: Reflecting Relevance in a Diverse Society.”

For those of us who are poor grad students, NEMA offers scholarships – and the deadline (September 16) is coming up fast, so go check them out!

For those who have already registered, Blue Avocado just published a really good article about getting a lot more out of a conference. Some great tips there to take to heart!

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