Museums Advocacy Day is a unique opportunity to network with peers from your region, hear from federal agency and nonprofit leaders, and build your own professional skills. Get timely, insider information from policy leaders and the tools and information you need to be a successful advocate for museums on Capitol Hill. Whether you are a new or seasoned advocate, you will get the preparation you need to effectively make the case for museums in 2020 on Capitol Hill, and with your state and local elected officials.
Building Museums 2020 is presented by the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums and marketed in partnership with the Association of Midwest Museums. Building Museums™ is an annual international symposium created, produced and managed by the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums [MAAM] but is open to everyone with an interest in this important topic.
The National Preservation Institute will offer “GIS for Cultural Resources: An Introduction” in Fredericksburg, VA on March 4-5, 2020 in cooperation with the National Park Service, Cultural Resources Geographic Information Systems and the Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park, The University of Mary Washington, Department of Historic Preservation, and the Virginia Department of Historic Resources.
The National Preservation Institute will offer a seminar on “The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards: Treatment Considerations” in Richmond, VA on April 21-22, 2020 in cooperation with the Virginia Department of Historic Resources.