Event Registration

OMA Annual Conference 2022: Changing Directions: Practice over Permanence
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Non-Member: In-Person Conference, Early Bird Rate$295.00
In-person Conference – Northern Ontario Rate (open to delegates living in Tourism Regions 13a, 13b, 13c)$130.00
In-Person Conference: Fully Subsidized (IBPOC Museum Professional/Unemployed/Underemployed/Equity-Seeking)$0.00
Non-Member: Online Access$100.00
Online Access: Fully Subsidized (IBPOC Museum Professional/Unemployed/Underemployed/Equity-Seeking)$0.00
Single Awards Reception Ticket Only $30.00
Please indicate which sessions you plan to attend. You are not obligated to attend the sessions you choose in advance of the event, but this will allow us to estimate the amount of space required for each sessions. You may only choose one concurrent session.

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Additional / Individual Awards Reception Ticket$30.00
Cancellation and Transfers: A processing fee will be applied to all cancellations and transfers. Only written cancellation requests received on or before Sept 26, 2022 will be refunded, minus the 30% processing fee. Registrations received after September 26, 2022 are non-refundable. Delegates who are unable to attend Conference may transfer their registration to another individual from their organization by submitting a transfer request, subject to a $50 processing fee. Transfers may be requested by email or phone. Upon receipt, the original registration rate and any event tickets purchased will transfer to the new attendee. Transfer requests will not be accepted after October 24, 2022.
By participating in the 2022 OMA Annual Conference, and other pre or post-Conference events, I acknowledge that the OMA may use, record and photograph all chat comments and questions, sessions and presentations, and I grant the OMA the right to use these photographs, comments, questions and videos from the Conference for print or online delivery and promotion. I acknowledge that I am undertaking participation in this OMA event of my own free will and intentional act and that I am fully aware and assume full responsibility for having the appropriate and necessary technology to view the conference in its entirety. By registering for and attending the OMA Annual Conference 2022, I authorize any images, individual comments and questions, or video footage taken of myself, in whole or in part, individually or in conjunction with other images and video footage, to be webcast, archived online and displayed on the OMA website and other OMA communication vehicles, and to be used for promotional purposes in perpetuity. I further agree that such images, photographs, comments, questions, and recordings may be used by the OMA without my prior approval in any form and for any lawful purpose including, without limitation, promoting the OMA. Such use will not entitle me to any credit or compensation. I release the OMA, its officers, and employees from any liability connected with the use of any image, photograph, comment, question, or recording taken during the OMA’s Annual Meeting or Conference. Code of Conduct The Ontario Museum Association strives to support and advocate for all members of the museum community. Throughout this hybrid Conference and related programming, we are committed to providing inclusive, respectful, accessible, and safe physical and digital spaces for learning and collaboration. Participants at the OMA Conference are expected to maintain a professional demeanor and engage in respectful interactions by treating all individuals with respect and dignity. Inappropriate behaviour and language including but not limited to personal attacks, bigotry, derogatory remarks, racism, xenophobia, and harassment will not be tolerated. OMA staff are working hard to monitor the Conference’s digital platforms, and reserve the right to dismiss questions, and remove attendees who might pose a threat to the wellbeing of our community. If you have been the target of or a witness to harmful behaviour, please report it as soon as possible. You can do so by sending us an email to conference@museumsontario.ca or approaching an OMA staff member at the event.