OMA Annual Conference 2022: Call for Proposals Now Open!

May 27, 2022
 
May 27, 2022
#OMAConf2022 Call for Proposals Now Open!
Proposals are Due by June 27!
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.

The Call for Proposals includes subthemes of PeoplePurpose, and Process, and questions to help get you inspired. 

Download the Call for Proposals HERE. 
Download the Call for Proposals
Not sure how your session idea fits with our theme? The OMA is happy to discuss proposals before they are submitted for review. Contact us with your ideas and questions at conference@museumsontario.ca.

We invite proposal submissions from equity-deserving groups, all levels of museum staff, and volunteers, students, and members of the GLAM sector. We welcome submissions from presenters outside the museum field as well.

Proposals must be submitted using the online form by Monday, June 27, 2022 at 11:59pm.
Submit your Proposal HERE
Conference Format

This year’s conference will be two days – one in-person and one online. Limited time slots are available in each format. Please indicate in your proposal which format you would prefer, or if you are open to either or both.
 

Join us in-person!

Hamilton, Ontario
Monday, November 7, 2022
 

Join us online!

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

 

In-person Venue, Hotel, and Registration

We look forward to announcing our host hotel and more information about Conference registration soon--stay tuned to ONmuseums for all the details!
 
 
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