ONmuseums: The Gloves are Coming... On?!

Nov 26, 2018

Your monthly source for museum resources from the Ontario Museum Association.

OMA Resources
Conservator wearing gloves

Did you know that your OMA membership gives you access to all kinds of resources, webinars, and sample policies? Each month we'll highlight some of these resources for you to explore!

In November, we're featuring Conservation resources.

Webinar:  Climate Control: What do you really need?
Webinar: Climate Control: What do you really need?

Recorded on June 27, 2013. Fiona Graham, Conservator at Goldsmith Borgal & Company Ltd., discusses the climate control needs of museum collections of various kinds and how small museums can meet them. Presentation is followed by Q&A with a Museum & Heritage Advisor from the Ministry of Tourism Culture and Sport on the requirements of the Conservation standard.

This webinar was part of the Community Museum Operating Grant Standards series presented in partnership with the Ministry of Tourism Culture and Sport.

Download the slides HERE

Watch the video HERE
Conservation Resources and Policy Samples
Conservation Resources and Policy Samples

Explore the OMA's Community resources on our website!


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Museum Impact Survey
Take 30. Make a Difference!

Museums must better demonstrate the impact of our sector on key priorities of current governments for more effective advocacy, including the E’s;  Education, Employment, and Economic Development. From these data we will develop our key messages and compelling stories to influence policy and renewed funding.

Take the survey HERE
For more information, click HERE
Complete the Museum Impact Survey by December 7, 2018, for a chance to win one of four grand prizes for your institution:
· One $500 Apple Store Gift Card
· One full year OMA Institutional membership
· One Full Registration for the OMA Conference in Brantford, October 2019
· One Pre-Conference Study Tour Registration for the OMA Conference in Brantford

Read the full ONmuseums HERE.