The Museum Association of New York Applauds the New York State Board of Regents for Making the Museum Education Act a Legislative Priority for 2016

Dec 17, 2015
The Museum Association of New York (MANY), New York’s only statewide membership association representing museums, historical societies, zoos, botanical gardens, and aquariums, applauds the New York State Board of Regents for making the Museum Education Act (MEA) a Legislative Priority for 2016.  The MEA is a bill sponsored in the State Senate by Senator Betty Little (R, Queensbury) and in the State Assembly by Assembly member Matthew Titone (D, Staten Island).  The MEA would provide museums and other eligible institutions access to grant funding to conduct curriculum-based educational prog

The Museum Association of New York Congratulates Museums and Cultural Organizations Funded through the REDC Process

Dec 16, 2015
The Museum Association of New York (MANY), New York’s only state-wide membership association representing museums, historical societies, zoos, botanical gardens, and aquariums, congratulates those organizations who were successful in receiving funding through the Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) process.  This year, over 45 projects were funded across the state totaling nearly $12 million. 

Please support the Museum Association of New York through our 2015 Annual Appeal

Dec 01, 2015
Dear Museum Advocate,  

DON WILDMAN OF TRAVEL CHANNEL'S MYSTERIES AT THE MUSEUM TO DELIVER CLOSING KEYNOTE AT APRIL MUSEUMS: CORE TO COMMUNITIES CONFERENCE

Nov 25, 2015
We are pleased to announce that Don Wildman of the Travel Channel's Mysteries at the Museum will deliver the closing keynote at MANY'S Museums: Core to Communities Conference

MANY Announces 2015 Regional Meet-Ups

Oct 01, 2015
MANY is taking to the road and will be coming to a region near you! 

MANY and NYSCA Announce a New Round of Funding for Mini-Grant and Travel Grant Program

Aug 31, 2015
The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) has provided $102,000 in funding to be administered by the Museum Association of New York (MANY) before June 30, 2016.  As a result, MANY is announcing the re-opening of the Mini-Grant Program, with the first deadline for applications due November 6, 2015.  MANY will also begin accepting applications for the Travel Grant program beginning September 1, 2015.  There is no deadline for the Travel Grant Program; funding is available on a first-come, first-serve basis until the funds are exhausted.

MANY Welcomes Anna O'Meara

Aug 12, 2015
MANY welcomes Anna O'Meara to the team as our new Membership Associate.  Anna is a graduate of Notre Dame University with a MA in Art History and currently also works at the Albany County Historical Association.  Anna has also worked at the Shaker Museum at Mount Lebanon, the Albany Center Gallery, the South Bend Museum of Art and the Children's Museum of Indianapolis.  Anna will be working to grow and maintain MANY's membership and will begin working August 24th.  She can be reached at (518) 273-3400 or at anna@manyonline.org. 

MANY Seeks Membership Associate

Jul 13, 2015
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Assembly Member Matthew Titone Introduces the Museum Education Act into the New York State Assembly

Jun 18, 2015
The Museum Association of New York (MANY) would like to thank Assemblyman Matthew Titone for introducing the Museum Education Act (A.8199) into the state Assembly. The Assembly Member represents Staten Island and is a member of the Assembly Tourism, Parks, Arts and Sports Development Committee. We would also like to thank Senator Betty Little for introducing the same bill (S.5011) in the Senate in April.

Assembly Member Matthew Titone Introduces the Museum Education Act into the New York State Assembly

Jun 18, 2015
The Museum Association of New York (MANY) would like thank Assemblyman Matthew Titone for introducing the Museum Education Act (A.8199) into the state Assembly. The Assembly Member represents Staten Island and is a member of the Assembly Tourism, Parks, Arts and Sports Development Committee. This is the same bill as Senator Betty Little’s bill (S.5001) introduced in April.

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