Year-end Resources

déc 24, 2020
 
Merry Christmas, Joyous Kwanzaa, Happy Holidays
from the Ontario Museum Association!


We thank all our members and partners for their support and engagement
over the past year, and we wish everyone a safe, healthy, and happy holiday season!
The OMA office remains closed until January 1. We look forward to connecting with you again in the new year!
 
Need to Know
Ontario Announces Provincewide Shutdown


After assessing trends in key public health indicators, Ontario is moving into a Provincewide Shutdown to stop the spread of COVID-19 on December 26, at 12:01 a.m.

Amendments have also been made to O. Reg. 82/20 Rules for Areas in Stage 1. Please read the news release for information on how these changes may affect your business and operations.

The document Provincewide Shutdown: Businesses Permitted to Open and Sector Specific Restrictions pg. 22, effective December 26 at 12:01 a.m., indicates Museums and cultural amenities closed

Outdoor organized public events and social gatherings, which must comply with public health advice on physical distancing, are limited to 10 people outdoors (pg. 8).
The impacts of these time-limited measures will be evaluated throughout the 14 days in Northern Ontario and 28 days in Southern Ontario to determine if it is safe to lift any restrictions or if they need to be extended. The current COVID-19 Response Framework will be paused when the Provincewide Shutdown comes into effect.

The restrictions are in effect for all of Ontario from Saturday, December 26, 2020 to Saturday, January 9, 2021.

The restrictions would remain in effect from Saturday, January 9, 2021 to Saturday, January 23, 2021 for all 27 public health unit regions in Southern Ontario (refer to Appendix A). 
 
Minister MacLeod Townhall


In a multisectoral townhall townhall on December 22, Minister Macleod presented on supports available to businesses and reminded stakeholders of the property tax and energy bill rebates. The Minister stated there will be a similar presentation and more information provided in the new year for cultural organizations [museums], mentioning Ontario Trillium Foundation and Ontario Arts Council funding.

 
Member News
Carr McLean OMA Members Discount
OMA Members save 10% on Carr McLean Web Orders over $100

The OMA is pleased to partner with Carr McLean to offer an OMA Member discount on Carr McLean online orders. Proudly Canadian owned and operated, Carr McLean has been supplying Archival supplies to customers across Canada for over 30 years. Carr McLean is offering a 10% discount to OMA Members on web orders over $100 (before tax).  

Members can log in to view the updated code HERE. 

To use the code: 

  1. Visit https://www.carrmclean.ca/ and select the items you wish to purchase
  2. At check-out, enter the code in the "Discount Codes" box

Carr McLean may verify that you or your institution are a member in good standing with the OMA. Ensure your membership is up to date! 

 
Canadian Canoe Museum confirms viability of Johnson Park for new museum build
Clears way for next phase of feasibility work
 
The Canadian Canoe Museum (CCM) announced on December 22 that Johnson Park, the City-owned property at 2077 Ashburnham Drive in Peterborough, ON, has been deemed viable for the building of its new canoe museum. This confirmation clears the way for moving to the next phase of feasibility activities and determining next steps with the City of Peterborough. Johnson Park is situated on Little Lake, north of Beavermead Park and south of the Parks Canada-Trent Severn Waterway head offices.

Read more HERE.
 
OMA Resources
#OMAConf2020 recordings available
 
As 2020 comes to a close, take a moment to reflect on all that we've learned this year by revisiting the engaging presentations and important discussions held at #OMAConf2020. OMA members can watch recordings of all the conference sessions on our website.

This holiday season, the following recording may be of interest:


Cultivating Resilience and Well-being in Turbulent Times
During a time of turbulence and stress, how can we stay emotionally healthy and connected to ourselves and those around us? What kinds of coping are normal and helpful? How might we develop strategies to ensure that we don’t slide into trauma or deep distress? In the museum context, how can we promote wellness and resilience within our ourselves, with our colleagues, and for our communities? In this session, Dr. Ross Laird explores these themes and examines strategies for cultivating mental health and wellness, building capacity within our organizations and teams, and directing the stress of the moment toward healthy outcomes for everyone.

 
Watch all the session recordings
 
Resource: ONmuseums Archive

2020 was a year unlike any other. Take a look back at this year's opportunities and resources by visiting the OMA's archive of ONmuseums and eNews Alerts.

Find all editions of ONmuseums HERE.
 
OMA Job Board
Assistant Curator
Grey Roots Museum & Archives

 
The County of Grey is currently recruiting for a highly motivated individual to join the Economic Development, Tourism & Culture Department as an Assistant Curator for Grey Roots Museum & Archives.

Reporting to the Curator, the Assistant Curator is responsible for the maintaining all museum collections records to museum standards, including registering, processing, documenting, cataloguing, digitizing and tracking all new acquisitions, the permanent artefact collection and managing incoming and outgoing loans. The Assistant Curator is also responsible for performing conservation treatments on museum artefacts including the appropriate research, evaluation, and treatment tests to devise appropriate options for conservation treatments.

Dec 30, 2020
Read more HERE.

 
Education Coordinator
Woodland Cultural Centre

 
Under the direction of the Curator, the Education Coordinator assumes responsibility for the development and delivery of strategic educational programmes and initiatives related to the history, language, artistic practices and teachings of Hodinohsho:ni culture.

Deadline: Dec 31, 2020
Read more HERE.

 
Manager, Culture & Events
The Corporation of the City of Windsor

 
Reporting to the Executive Director of Recreation & Culture or designate, this position will bring vision, leadership and oversight to the Cultural Affairs and Special Events division and will serve as a primary liaison between the City and the Arts, Heritage and Cultural communities, as well as with related Boards of Directors, volunteers and levels of Government and agencies.

Deadline: Dec 31, 2020
Read more HERE.

 
Facility Rental and Sales Coordinator
Fanshawe Pioneer Village

 
The Facility Rental & Sales Coordinator is responsible for the overall planning, organization, supervision and delivery of a Department that includes three revenue centres at Fanshawe Pioneer Village:  the museum Gift Shop (Denfield General Store), Food Services and the Facility Rental Program.  This position will act as the key administrator for all facility rentals, which includes wedding and corporate rentals.  The Coordinator is responsible for the Department’s daily operations, inventory management, rental event coordination and staffing resources.

Deadline: Jan 11, 2021
Read more HERE.

 
Programming & Communications Coordinator
Museum of Health Care at Kingston

 
The Museum of Health Care at Kingston is currently seeking a Programming & Communications Coordinator. Under the direction of the Museum Manager, this position has the overall responsibility of maintaining and advancing the programming, communications efforts, and digital content offerings of the Museum.

Deadline: Jan 17, 2021
Read more HERE.

 
 Ontario Museum Jobs
 
To access all OMA Job Board Listings, CLICK HERE

The OMA features job listings from the online submissions received through our website.  To submit a listing for an open position at your institution, CLICK HERE!
 
The OMA Welcomes Your Support


If you are already an OMA member, please renew your membership when you receive an email reminder. If you are not a member, please consider joining, either as an institution or an individual. You can find information about member categories and benefits on our website.

Please also consider making a donation to the OMA on our website or through Canada Helps.

Your support of the OMA and your participation in events like this webinar make us stronger as a sector, and we appreciate each and everyone one of you.

An OMA membership connects you with our network of over 1000 members, representing 700 museums, galleries, and heritage sites across the province. In addition, an OMA membership provides you with the latest news via the ONmuseums newsletter, eNews alerts, and COVID-19 resources to mitigate impact for Ontario museums, galleries and heritage sites.

 
COVID-19 Resources


The OMA has prepared a dedicated webpage of COVID-19 communications and resources, updated as new information and resources become available.
Read more HERE.

 
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