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    • October 27, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Museum of Arts and Design
    • 2


    Wednesday, October 27, 2021

    10 AM – 4 PM


    Museum of Arts and Design

    2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019


    Registration:

    MANY Members $25

    Non-members $30


    Registration includes lunch and museum admission.

    Schedule is subject to change. Forum is limited to 30 people. Advance registration required.


    Schedule


    10 - 10:15 AM

    Welcome


    10:15 - 11:30 AM

    Saving and Preserving the Pyrrhus Concer Home Site


    Georgette Grier-Key, PhD, Executive Director and Chief Curator, Eastville Community Historical Society and Design Committee Chair, Pyrrhus Concer Action Committee


    Pyrrhus Concer is one of the most important historical figures in Southampton. Concer, a formerly enslaved Black man, worked as a whale steerer on the whaling ship The Manhattan that rescued 22 Japanese sailors in 1845. Concer is believed to have been the first Black man to visit Japan at the time. For the last few years, the Pyrrhus Concer Action Committee has worked on honoring and preserving the legacy of Concer in his hometown after his original home was demolished. The Committee's $3.6M project includes the construction of a replica of the original home, the renovation of a cottage that is still on the property, and the building of a visitor center. Recently, the Committee has had to overcome roadblocks in order to pave the way for the project to move forward. In this session, Dr. Grier-Key will share how these current efforts are being undertaken to retell the story of Concer who was erased from history.


    11:30 AM - 12 PM

    MANY Update: Advocacy & Programs with Erika Sanger


    12 - 1 PM

    Lunch and time to explore the Museum of Arts and Design


    1 - 2:30 PM

    Silo Breakdown: Internal Collaboration and Activating A Smithsonian Affiliation


    Brett Smith, Director of Advancement, The Rockwell Museum

    Brian Lee Whisenhunt, Executive Director, The Rockwell Museum

    Willa Rose Vogel, Marketing Manager, The Rockwell Museum


    The Rockwell Museum became a Smithsonian Affiliate in 2015, and has since revamped their membership model, introduced new annual exhibition and program themes, increased visitation and staff morale. Hear how this mid-sized museum has activated their Smithsonian partnership and broken down their own interdepartmental silos with a new internal communications structure to make it all happen.


    2:30 - 2:45 PM

    Break


    2:45 - 4 PM

    Podcasting for Cultural Organizations: A Crash Course


    Laura Free, Host, Amended

    Reva Goldberg, Producer, Amended


    Are you curious about engaging your audience through audio storytelling? Is your museum interested in podcasting, but you're not sure where to start? Join the creative team behind Amended--a six-part documentary series about the diversity and complexity of the quest for women’s full equality in the United States--to learn about the process of developing, launching, and distributing a podcast. Using Amended as an example, this session will walk participants through the creative and practical considerations that go into podcasting. Presenters include Dr. Laura Free, host and writer; Reva Goldberg, producer, editor, and co-writer, and Scarlett Rebman, project director, Humanities New York.


    MANY's COVID-19 Safety Policy for In-Person Events

    With the safety of our colleagues foremost in mind, attendees at programs offered by the Museum Association of New York must agree to our COVID-19 Safety Policy. Click here to read.

    • October 28, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Museum of Arts and Design
    • 5

    Thursday, October 28, 2021

    10 AM - 4 PM


    Museum of Arts and Design

    2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019


    Registration:

    Workshops are free of charge, all participants must apply to be considered. Applicants will be notified of acceptance status at least two weeks before the workshopWorkshops will be limited to 20 people. Priority will be given to employees and volunteers of 501(c)(3) designated museums and history organizations in New York State with operating budgets of $150,000 or less.

    In this participatory workshop, MANY Executive Director Erika Sanger will guide attendees through the grant writing process to build skills and develop insights, including analyzing guidelines, outlining narratives, writing statements of need, and developing budgets. Sanger will share examples of successfully funded grant narratives, hints for streamlining work processes, and designing visually appealing attachments.

    In her 35-year museum career, Sanger has secured grants from federal, state, foundation, and corporate partners that advanced institutional priorities and funded public programs, facility expansions, endowment and capital campaigns, artist residencies, scholarships, research projects, and staff positions.  

    Participants will be writing and sharing their work and must bring a laptop computer or tablet to the workshop. Coffee and lunch are included.  

    MANY's COVID-19 Safety Policy for In-Person Events

    With the safety of our colleagues foremost in mind, attendees at programs offered by the Museum Association of New York must agree to our COVID-19 Safety Policy. Click here to read

    • November 03, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Long Island Museum
    • 0
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    Wednesday, November 3, 2021

    10 AM - 4 PM


    Long Island Museum

    1200 NY-25A, Stony Brook, NY 11790


    Registration:

    Workshops are free of charge, all participants must apply to be considered. Applicants will be notified of acceptance status at least two weeks before the workshopWorkshops will be limited to 20 people. Priority will be given to employees and volunteers of 501(c)(3) designated museums and history organizations in New York State with operating budgets of $150,000 or less.

    In this participatory workshop, MANY Executive Director Erika Sanger will guide attendees through the grant writing process to build skills and develop insights, including analyzing guidelines, outlining narratives, writing statements of need, and developing budgets. Sanger will share examples of successfully funded grant narratives, hints for streamlining work processes, and designing visually appealing attachments.

    In her 35-year museum career, Sanger has secured grants from federal, state, foundation, and corporate partners that advanced institutional priorities and funded public programs, facility expansions, endowment and capital campaigns, artist residencies, scholarships, research projects, and staff positions.  

    Participants will be writing and sharing their work and must bring a laptop computer or tablet to the workshop. Coffee and lunch are included.  

    MANY's COVID-19 Safety Policy for In-Person Events

    With the safety of our colleagues foremost in mind, attendees at programs offered by the Museum Association of New York must agree to our COVID-19 Safety Policy. Click here to read



    • November 04, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Long Island Museum
    • 8
    Register

    Thursday, November 4, 2021

    10 AM – 4 PM


    Long Island Museum

    1200 NY-25A Stony Brook, NY 11790


    Registration

    MANY Members $25

    Non-members $30


    Registration includes lunch and museum admission.

    Schedule is subject to change. Forum is limited to 30 people. Advance registration required.


    Schedule


    10 - 10:15 AM

    Welcome


    10:15 - 11:30 AM

    Building Consultant Connections: Success Strategies for Small Museums


    Christina Ferwerda, Curriculum Developer, Writer, Ferwerda Creative Services

    Jack Braulein, Executive Director, D&H Canal Historical Society

    Melissa Branfman, Executive Director, Wyckoff House Museum

    Trent Oliver, Managing Director, Blue Telescope


    Wondering how working with a consultant could bring new life to a stagnant exhibit, help you build better projects, and create long-term success networks for your institution? This session highlights strategies for small and mid-sized museums to find exhibit consultants, develop effective working relationships, and maintain contact to improve an institution’s growth over time.


    11:30 AM - 12 PM

    MANY Update: Advocacy & Programs with Erika Sanger


    12 - 1 PM

    Lunch and time to explore the Long Island Museum


    1 - 2:30 PM

    Context as Content: Designing Museums that Connect Visitors to Place


    Eric Bunge, Founding Partner, nARCHITECTS

    Jeanne Haffner, PhD, Director and Chief Curator, Jones Beach Energy and Nature Center, NYS Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation


    The NYS Equal Rights Heritage Center and the Jones Beach Energy & Nature Center are new institutions designed to deeply engage visitors with the historic and environmental context around them. Learn how the multi-disciplinary project teams have crafted spaces that meaningfully connect exhibition content and mission with the surrounding sites.


    2:30 - 2:45 PM

    Break


    2:45 - 4 PM

    Hands-on learning, data literacy and leveraging assets through partnership


    Jessica Bauder, Director of Education, Children’s Museum of Saratoga

    Aimee Terzulli, Director of Education, Long Island Children’s Museum

    Claire D’Emic, STEM Initiatives Program Director, Long Island Children’s Museum


    The Children's Museum at Saratoga (CMAS) and the Long Island Children's Museum (LICM) offer programs teaching data literacy and climate change through hands-on learning. Both museums leverage assets with museum partners to share resources and serve a wider audience. CMAS and LICM will present how data literacy programs and museum partnerships can be used in climate change education.


    MANY's COVID-19 Safety Policy for In-Person Events

    With the safety of our colleagues foremost in mind, attendees at programs offered by the Museum Association of New York must agree to our COVID-19 Safety Policy. Click here to read.



    • November 09, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Roberson Museum and Science Center
    • 18
    Register


    Tuesday, November 9, 2021

    10 AM – 4 PM


    Roberson Museum and Science Center

    30 Front St, Binghamton, NY 13905


    Registration:

    MANY Members $25

    Non-members $30


    Registration includes lunch and museum admission.

    Schedule is subject to change. Forum is limited to 30 people. Advance registration required.


    Schedule


    10 - 10:15 AM

    Welcome


    10:15 - 11:30 AM

    Community Partnerships in Auburn NY


    Mitch Maniccia, Facilities Manager, Seward House Museum

    Geoff Starks, Director of Development and Outreach,

    Cayuga Museum of History and Art

    Zachary Finn, Education and Outreach Coordinator, Seward House Museum


    Panelists from Auburn’s Cayuga Museum of History and Art and Seward House Museum will discuss the development of an immersive “Hands-On History Camp.” Founded out of a partnership between these historic sites, as well as with the Harriet Tubman National Historic Park and Auburn’s city library system, the story of the camp’s success serves as a model for reimagining collaboration. Whereas previously the partner sites competed for campers or shied away from attempting such a program, together they combined forces (and resources) to create a unique and popular experience for history-minded campers that brought out the best from each organization. Engage with this panel to learn about the planning and development of the camp, the challenges faced before and after the pandemic, how organizers formed inclusive new relationships within community groups to expand outreach, and various strategies for fundraising to make the camp accessible to all audiences.


    11:30 AM - 12 PM

    MANY Update: Advocacy & Programs with Erika Sanger


    12 - 1 PM

    Lunch and time to explore Roberson Museum and Science Center


    1 - 2:30 PM

    The Advantage of Creating an Arts District for Museums and Arts Organizations


    Bethanie Lawrence, Executive Director, World Awareness Children’s Museum

    Candice Frye, Director, Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council

    Jacquiline Touba, PhD, Founder, World Awareness Children’s Museum

    Kathleen Naftaly, Director, Crandall Public Library


    This session will demonstrate how developing an arts district can lead to communicating, collaborating, sharing collections and exhibitions, joint marketing and ultimately obtaining grants. This will clearly show the power of partnership and demonstrate a framework for accomplishing it.


    2:30 - 2:45 PM

    Break


    2:45 - 4 PM

    Museum Partnerships for Access and Inclusion


    Rebecca McNamara, Associate Curator, The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum

    Benjamin Bogin, Skidmore Director of Asian Studies, Skidmore College

    Siobhan Hart, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Skidmore College


    This panel will examine partnerships between the Tang Teaching Museum and interdisciplinary scholars, foregrounding case studies of collection- and exhibition-based initiatives that broaden and strengthen the museum’s audiences, expand our understandings of art scholarship, and develop models of collaborative learning in museum practice.


    MANY's COVID-19 Safety Policy for In-Person Events

    With the safety of our colleagues foremost in mind, attendees at programs offered by the Museum Association of New York must agree to our COVID-19 Safety Policy. Click here to read.



    • November 10, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Roberson Museum and Science Center
    Register


    Wednesday, November 10, 2021

    10 AM - 4 PM


    Roberson Museum and Science Center

    30 Front St., Binghamton, NY 13905


    Registration:

    Workshops are free of charge, all participants must apply to be considered. Applicants will be notified of acceptance status at least two weeks before the workshopWorkshops will be limited to 20 people. Priority will be given to employees and volunteers of 501(c)(3) designated museums and history organizations in New York State with operating budgets of $150,000 or less.

    In this participatory workshop, MANY Executive Director Erika Sanger will guide attendees through the grant writing process to build skills and develop insights, including analyzing guidelines, outlining narratives, writing statements of need, and developing budgets. Sanger will share examples of successfully funded grant narratives, hints for streamlining work processes, and designing visually appealing attachments.

    In her 35-year museum career, Sanger has secured grants from federal, state, foundation, and corporate partners that advanced institutional priorities and funded public programs, facility expansions, endowment and capital campaigns, artist residencies, scholarships, research projects, and staff positions.  

    Participants will be writing and sharing their work and must bring a laptop computer or tablet to the workshop. Coffee and lunch are included.  

    MANY's COVID-19 Safety Policy for In-Person Events

    With the safety of our colleagues foremost in mind, attendees at programs offered by the Museum Association of New York must agree to our COVID-19 Safety Policy. Click here to read


    • November 14, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Everson Museum of Art
    • 40


    Museum & Folk Art Forum

    Sunday, November 14

    10 AM - 5 PM


    Everson Museum of Art

    401 Harrison St. Syracuse, NY 13202


    Registration

    $25 MANY Members and NY Folklore Members

    $30 Non-members


    Registration includes museum admission, lunch, and reception

    MANY's COVID-19 Safety Policy for In-Person Events

    With the safety of our colleagues foremost in mind, attendees at programs offered by the Museum Association of New York must agree to our COVID-19 Safety Policy. Click here to read.


    • November 15, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Syracuse University
    • 27
    Register

    Monday, November 15, 2021

    10 AM – 4 PM


    Syracuse University

    School of Design, Nancy Cantor Warehouse

    350 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, NY 13202


    Registration:

    MANY Members $25

    Non-members $30


    Registration includes lunch and museum admission.

    Schedule is subject to change. Forum is limited to 30 people. Advance registration required.


    Schedule


    10 - 10:15 AM

    Welcome


    10:15 - 11:30 AM

    Partnering for Excellence: A Primer on Engaging and Working With Independent Museum Professionals


    Aria Camaione-Lind, Principal + Chief Executive Officer, Aria Strategies LLC

    Brian Lee Whisenhunt, Executive Director, The Rockwell Museum


    Museums and cultural organizations are in the unique position of employing content experts, design professionals, community engagement specialists, authorities on interpretation and preservation, and myriad other professionalized staff. Yet...sometimes organizations need to pull in outside expertise to truly meet their Mission and Vision, and to leverage their internal resources. Independent Museum Professionals are an invaluable resource, but it can be intimidating to make contact, scope a project and negotiate contracts with them. This session will address the ways in which organizations can prepare for engaging IMPs, and successfully partner on projects with them.


    11:30 AM - 12 PM

    MANY Update: Advocacy & Programs with Erika Sanger


    12 - 1 PM

    Lunch


    1 - 2:30 PM

    Podcasting for Cultural Organizations: A Crash Course


    Laura Free, Host, Amended

    Reva Goldberg, Producer, Amended


    Are you curious about engaging your audience through audio storytelling? Is your museum interested in podcasting, but you're not sure where to start? Join the creative team behind Amended--a six-part documentary series about the diversity and complexity of the quest for women’s full equality in the United States--to learn about the process of developing, launching, and distributing a podcast. Using Amended as an example, this session will walk participants through the creative and practical considerations that go into podcasting. Presenters include Dr. Laura Free, host and writer; Reva Goldberg, producer, editor, and co-writer, and Scarlett Rebman, project director, Humanities New York.


    2:30 - 2:45 PM

    Break


    2:45 - 4 PM

    The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame Education Experience: a mid-pandemic museum transformation


    Vicki Reisman, Curator, National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame

    Maureen Mahoney, Development and Membership Officer, National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame


    In 2018, the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame set an ambitious goal to transform its Hall of Fame into a one-of-a-kind cinematic experience – in two years’ time. Led by Museum President John Hendrickson, the museum staff hit the ground running to create a new immersive Hall of Fame experience, complete with a 16-minute signature film, digital Hall of Fame plaque interactive stations, a renovated Race Day Gallery, and other major improvements to its facility and gallery spaces. Learn more about how the renovation team worked together to achieve this goal and open to the public in time for Derby Day 2020, despite the unexpected challenges of the pandemic.


    MANY's COVID-19 Safety Policy for In-Person Events

    With the safety of our colleagues foremost in mind, attendees at programs offered by the Museum Association of New York must agree to our COVID-19 Safety Policy. Click here to read.


    • November 16, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Syracuse University
    Register

    Tuesday, November 16, 2021

    10 AM - 4 PM


    Syracuse University

    School of Design, Nancy Cantor Warehouse

    350 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, NY 13202


    Registration:

    Workshops are free of charge, all participants must apply to be considered. Applicants will be notified of acceptance status at least two weeks before the workshopWorkshops will be limited to 20 people. Priority will be given to employees and volunteers of 501(c)(3) designated museums and history organizations in New York State with operating budgets of $150,000 or less.

    In this participatory workshop, MANY Executive Director Erika Sanger will guide attendees through the grant writing process to build skills and develop insights, including analyzing guidelines, outlining narratives, writing statements of need, and developing budgets. Sanger will share examples of successfully funded grant narratives, hints for streamlining work processes, and designing visually appealing attachments.

    In her 35-year museum career, Sanger has secured grants from federal, state, foundation, and corporate partners that advanced institutional priorities and funded public programs, facility expansions, endowment and capital campaigns, artist residencies, scholarships, research projects, and staff positions.  

    Participants will be writing and sharing their work and must bring a laptop computer or tablet to the workshop. Coffee and lunch are included.  

    MANY's COVID-19 Safety Policy for In-Person Events

    With the safety of our colleagues foremost in mind, attendees at programs offered by the Museum Association of New York must agree to our COVID-19 Safety Policy. Click here to read

    • December 01, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Peebles Island State Park
    • 27
    Register

    Wednesday, December 1, 2021

    10 AM – 4 PM


    Peebles Island State Park Visitors Center

    1 Delaware Ave, North Cohoes, NY 12047


    Registration

    MANY Members $25

    Non-members $30


    Registration includes lunch and museum admission.

    Schedule is subject to change. Forum is limited to 30 people. Advance registration required.


    Schedule


    10 - 10:15 AM

    Welcome


    10:15 - 11:30 AM

    Discovery and Storytelling in the Digital Age


    Ben Smyth, Director, Urban Archive

    Ivy Gocker, Library Director, Adirondack Experience

    Ryan Perry, Digital Collections Librarian, Central New York Library Resources Council


    Technology creates exciting opportunities for cultural institutions to connect and collaborate but most cannot afford to build or sustain repositories on their own. Our session will address this challenge by exploring collaborative platforms. New York Heritage Digital Collections, NYS Historic Newspapers, and Empire Archival Discovery Cooperative are collaborative platforms that enable cultural heritage institutions to share their collections online. The Adirondack Experience will illustrate the collaborative aspect of these projects by discussing their grant-funded project to digitize roughly 1,300 maps dating from 1703 – 2004.


    11:30 AM - 12 PM

    MANY Update: Advocacy & Programs with Erika Sanger


    12 - 1 PM

    Lunch


    1 - 2:30 PM

    inHarlem and Beyond: Building Partnership through Community


    Chloe Hayward, LCAT, ATR-BC, Manager, Education Programs, The Studio Museum in Harlem

    Chayanne Marcano, Senior Coordinator, Public Programs, The Studio Museum in Harlem

    Jennifer Harley, School & Community Partnerships Coordinator, The Studio Museum in Harlem

    Junelle Carter-Bowman, Library Branch Manager, The New York Public Library George Bruce Branch


    During this interactive panel discussion, professionals from both the Studio Museum in Harlem and The New York Public Library will discuss the role of cultural institutions within communities, and more specifically the dynamics between both institutions as it relates to the Studio Museum's inHarlem initiative. A moderated discussion will also include a moment for viewer participation using materials sourced from The Studio Museum, followed by an audience Q + A.


    2:30 - 2:45 PM

    Break


    2:45 - 4 PM

    The Citizenship Project: Engaging Immigrant Communities by Building Partnerships


    Samantha Rijkers, Senior Manager of the Citizenship Project, New-York Historical Society


    The New-York Historical Society offers free naturalization preparation classes through The Citizenship Project. Since its launch in 2017, over 4500 immigrants have participated. The key to its success have been partnerships with local community-based organizations (CBOs) and government agencies. Learn how your institution can build partnerships to engage your immigrant community.


    MANY's COVID-19 Safety Policy for In-Person Events

    With the safety of our colleagues foremost in mind, attendees at programs offered by the Museum Association of New York must agree to our COVID-19 Safety Policy. Click here to read.


    • December 02, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Peebles Island State Park
    Register


    Thursday, December 2, 2021

    10 AM - 4 PM


    Peebles Island State Park Visitors Center

    1 Delaware Ave, North Cohoes, NY 12047


    Registration:

    Workshops are free of charge, all participants must apply to be considered. Applicants will be notified of acceptance status at least two weeks before the workshopWorkshops will be limited to 20 people. Priority will be given to employees and volunteers of 501(c)(3) designated museums and history organizations in New York State with operating budgets of $150,000 or less.

    In this participatory workshop, MANY Executive Director Erika Sanger will guide attendees through the grant writing process to build skills and develop insights, including analyzing guidelines, outlining narratives, writing statements of need, and developing budgets. Sanger will share examples of successfully funded grant narratives, hints for streamlining work processes, and designing visually appealing attachments.

    In her 35-year museum career, Sanger has secured grants from federal, state, foundation, and corporate partners that advanced institutional priorities and funded public programs, facility expansions, endowment and capital campaigns, artist residencies, scholarships, research projects, and staff positions.  

    Participants will be writing and sharing their work and must bring a laptop computer or tablet to the workshop. Coffee and lunch are included.  

    MANY's COVID-19 Safety Policy for In-Person Events

    With the safety of our colleagues foremost in mind, attendees at programs offered by the Museum Association of New York must agree to our COVID-19 Safety Policy. Click here to read

Past events

October 21, 2021 Tell Your Story and Make Your Case - Mohawk Valley
October 20, 2021 Partnership Forum - Mohawk Valley
October 14, 2021 Tell Your Story and Make Your Case - Finger Lakes
October 13, 2021 Partnership Forum - Finger Lakes
October 08, 2021 IMLS Funding Opportunities Webinar
October 07, 2021 Tell Your Story and Make Your Case - North Country
October 06, 2021 Partnership Forum - North Country
September 28, 2021 The Museum Institute at Great Camp Sagamore
September 23, 2021 Tell Your Story and Make Your Case - Mid-Hudson
September 22, 2021 Partnership Forum - Mid-Hudson
September 14, 2021 Tell Your Story and Make Your Case - Western NY
September 13, 2021 Partnership Forum - Western NY
June 25, 2021 Serving New York's Collecting Institutions: The DHPSNY Initiative
May 21, 2021 Social Media Café
May 14, 2021 Putting the 'Us' in Museums
May 07, 2021 Crowdsourcing, Community and the Challenge of Institutional Leadership
April 23, 2021 Partnership As Strategy: A Leadership Conversation
April 16, 2021 2021 Annual Meeting
March 26, 2021 March Virtual Meet-Up
March 12, 2021 Presentation of the REALM Project Research for Museums
February 25, 2021 Webinar: Documenting the COVID-19 Pandemic
February 19, 2021 February Virtual Meet-Up
January 22, 2021 Virtual Meet-Up: Where Are We Now?
December 14, 2020 Virtual Tour: NYS Capitol Building
December 11, 2020 Essential Work in the Cultural Field: Public Spaces
December 07, 2020 Virtual Tour & Discussion: Innovations in Museum Practice: Tang Teaching Museum
December 04, 2020 Essential Work in the Cultural Field: Mental Health
November 23, 2020 Virtual Tour: Erie Canal's Locks and Infrastructure
November 20, 2020 Digital Communications: More Than Marketing
November 19, 2020 Special Event: Albany Ale Tasting
November 16, 2020 Virtual Tour & Discussion: Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site: Exploring Multiple Perspectives
November 13, 2020 Essential Work in the Cultural Field: Preserving Community Culture
November 10, 2020 Russell Shorto: Creating a Dutch Colonial Heritage Hudson Valley Tourism Experience
November 09, 2020 Virtual Tour: New York State Education Building
November 06, 2020 Essential Work in the Cultural Field: Food In/Security
November 02, 2020 Virtual Tour: NYS Museum's New Netherland Collections
October 30, 2020 Essential Work in the Cultural Field: Housing Access
October 26, 2020 Virtual Tour: The Van Ostrande-Radliff House
October 23, 2020 Virtual Programming: Making Meaningful Connections
October 19, 2020 Virtual Tour: Ten Broeck Mansion
October 05, 2020 Checking Your Closets: Incorporating Queer Narratives in Historic House Museums
September 25, 2020 Web Design: Prioritizing What Matters
March 28, 2020 2020 Museum & Folk Art Forum
November 13, 2019 Hudson Valley Meet-Up
November 13, 2019 Hudson Valley Access and Identity Workshop
November 06, 2019 Long Island Meet Up
November 06, 2019 Long Island Access and Identity Workshop
October 29, 2019 NYC Meet Up
October 24, 2019 Capital Region Meet Up
October 24, 2019 Capital Region Access and Identity Workshop
October 23, 2019 Southern Tier Meet Up
October 23, 2019 Southern Tier Access and Identity Workshop
October 15, 2019 Central Region Meet Up
September 24, 2019 Museum Institute at Great Camp Sagamore
September 23, 2019 North Country Meet Up
September 11, 2019 Western NY Meet Up
September 11, 2019 Western NY Access and Identity Workshop
September 04, 2019 Finger Lakes Meet Up
August 28, 2019 Mohawk Valley Meet Up
May 20, 2019 New York Museums Meet-Up at AAM
April 07, 2019 Access & Identity 2019 Annual Conference
February 25, 2019 2019 Museums Advocacy Day
January 12, 2019 New York State's Great Places & Spaces
November 16, 2018 Long Island Re-Visioning Change Workshop
November 15, 2018 Long Island MANY Meet-Up
November 13, 2018 Mohawk Valley MANY Meet-Up
November 13, 2018 Risk Management for Collections Workshop
October 26, 2018 Capital Region Re-Visioning Change Workshop
October 22, 2018 Southern Tier MANY Meet-Up
October 22, 2018 Southern Tier Re-Visioning Change Workshop
October 16, 2018 New York City MANY Meet-Up
October 11, 2018 Western Region MANY Meet-Up
October 10, 2018 Central Region MANY Meet-Up
October 04, 2018 Mid-Hudson MANY Meet-Up
September 26, 2018 Museum Institute at Great Camp Sagamore
September 20, 2018 North Country MANY Meet-Up
September 14, 2018 Mid-Hudson Re-Visioning Change Workshop
September 06, 2018 Finger Lakes MANY Meet-Up
August 30, 2018 Capital Region MANY Meet-Up
June 06, 2018 6/6 Webinar: MANY's Website 101
June 05, 2018 6/5 Webinar: MANY's Website 101
May 02, 2018 The Decorative Arts Trust's Spring 2018 Symposium; The Upper Hudson: Four Centuries of Craft and Commerce
April 08, 2018 "Visioning Change" 2018 Annual Conference
February 26, 2018 AAM Museums Advocacy Day
February 12, 2018 New York City MANY Meet Up
September 06, 2017 Fall 2017 MANY Meet Ups

The Museum Association of New York strengthens the capacity of New York State’s cultural community by supporting professional standards and organizational development. We provide advocacy, training, and networking opportunities so that museums and museum professionals may better serve their missions and communities.

Museum Association of New York is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization. 

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