ONmuseums: Deadline Digest

Jan 03, 2019
 
 
At the OMA
Climate Change -
Implications for your museum practice

Free Webinar, Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 12-1 pm
Start the new year off with the OMA and the Coalition of Museums for Climate Justice as we share how three Ontario organizations are addressing climate change in their museums. 
 
Learn about how museums large and small are helping to build public awareness, mitigation and resilience in the face of climate change, and the challenges and successes they have experienced.
 
Moderator – Robert Janes, Founder and Co-Chair, Coalition of Museums for Climate Justice

Speakers:
  • Laurie Carmount, Curator, Minden Hills Cultural Centre & Nature’s Place, Minden, Ontario
  • Shiralee Hudson Hill, Lead Interpretive Planner, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario
  • Ian Kerr-Wilson, Manager, Heritage Resource Management, Tourism and Culture, Planning and Economic Development, City of Hamilton, Ontario

CLICK HERE to register. 

 
Certificate in Museum Studies 2019-2020 Calendar Now Available
The Certificate in Museum Studies provides training in museum practice on a part-time basis for museum workers, both paid and volunteer.

Make your learning plan for the year!

Find out more about the Certificate in Museum Studies here.

Download the 2019-2020 course calendar here.
 
Upcoming OMA Dates
January 14 - March 18, 2019: CMS: Organization & Management of Museums (registration full)

January 16, 2019, 12-1pm: Free Webinar: Climate Change - Implications for your museum practice (register HERE)

February 4 - April 21, 2019: CMS: Care of Collections (registration opens: November 28)

February 6-7, 2019: CCI Workshop Exhibition Lighting, Hamilton (register HERE)

Six weeks prior to an event:  Canadian Museum Association Bursary (read more here)
 

Funding Opportunities

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Celebrate Ontario 2019
Deadline January 9, 2019

Celebrate Ontario supports programming improvements at new and existing festivals and events that attract tourists for longer stays, create great experiences for visitors and support communities across Ontario.

Read more HERE
 

Read the full ONmuseums HERE.