Conference Proposal Coaching Session

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June 20, 2022
#OMAConf2022 Conference Proposal
Coaching Session

Presented by:
The Ontario Museum Association and
The Group of Ontario Emerging Museum Professionals
Free - Zoom meeting
Wednesday, June 22, 2022
7:30pm - 8:30pm ET
Speakers: Heather Montgomery (OMA Conference Program Committee),
Madeline Smolarz (past-chair, GOEMP Committee)

Are you thinking about submitting a session proposal for the OMA Annual Conference this year?
Is this your first time submitting a session proposal?
Are you looking for some advice?

Join members of the OMA Conference Program Committee and the Group of Ontario Emerging Museum Professionals for a coaching session where you will learn what makes a strong proposal and you will have the opportunity to ask questions.
Register HERE
2022 is the Ontario Museum Association’s 50th Anniversary, and we are so thrilled to welcome members back to both an in-person and online conference this year!
 
This year’s theme is Changing Directions: Practice over Permanence. This theme embodies the changing nature of museums and focuses on what museums are currently doing, rather than what they might do in the future.
 
You can be a speaker in-person or online!
Monday, November 7, 2022 at the Hamilton Convention Centre
Monday, November 21, 2022 online
 
Proposals must be submitted using the online form by Monday, June 27, 2022.
Download Call for Proposals
 
#OMAConf2022 Registration Now Open
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2022 is the Ontario Museum Association’s 50th Anniversary, and we are so thrilled to welcome members back to both an in-person and online conference this year! Registration is now open!

Each year, the OMA Annual Conference brings together museum professionals, volunteers, and students from Ontario's 700+ museums, art galleries, and historic sites. The conference serves to strengthen the museum, heritage, and cultural sector by providing: 

  • professional development and learning opportunities,
  • inspiration to professionals in the sector,
  • and bringing the sector together through meaningful and productive discussions.
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Join us in-person!
Monday, November 7, 2022
Hamilton Convention Centre
1 Summers Lane
Hamilton, ON L8P 4Y2

Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Local Hamilton activities and planned Study Tours - separate registration required, stay tuned!


Join us online!
Monday, November 7, 2022 – select sessions will be live-streamed
Monday, November 21, 2022 – interactive online sessions

Early-bird Rates – register now and save!
 

 In-Person Conference   
 OMA members  $195+HST 
 Non-members  $295+HST
 Student members  $85+HST
 Northern rate (available to those residing in 
 Tourism Regions 13 a, b, c)
 $130+HST
 Online-only  
 OMA members  $80+HST
 Non-members  $100+HST


Fully Subsidized Registrations
To encourage an inclusive Conference environment, the OMA provides 15 fully subsidized in-person conference registrations and 30 fully subsidized online conference registrations. Subsidies will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. Please contact conference@museumsontario.ca if you have any questions. Learn more HERE.

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Book Your Accommodation for the In-person Conference
Sheraton Hamilton Hotel
116 King Street West
Hamilton, ON L8P 4V3

Book early to secure your room at the special OMA rate. Learn more HERE.

Tradeshow and Partnership
In-person tradeshow is back in Hamilton on Monday, November 7, 2022!

Showcase your products to an engaged audience of current and future leaders in the museum field by partnering with the only conference dedicated to Ontario museums. Contact membership@museumsontario.ca to discuss your OMA tradeshow partnership package.
 
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