Tagged as Virtual Event

Mon, 06/01 — 06/04.

American Alliance of Museums Virtual Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo


Hosted by American Alliance of Museums

The American Alliance of Museum’s Virtual Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo theme is focusing on Radical Reimagining so we can all take that first step together. Join us on May 18, International Museums Day, to kick off our virtual meeting, and on June 1-4 for the full conference.

Mon, 06/01.

Free Workshop Series: “Let’s Get Virtual at Museums” by Stories of the Chesapeake Heritage Area


Hosted by Stories of the Chesapeake Heritage Area

Cost: Free

Even though our heritage sites may be physically closed, we can still offer exciting experiences. Learn how to offer virtual experiences – a wander through a historic house, a view of favorite exhibits, or offer behind the scenes peeks of a heritage site – in the Stories of the Chesapeake workshop series. This free three-part series will focus on content, technical requirements, equipment, and best practices for building a rewarding virtual experience without breaking the bank.

Fri, 06/05.

Facebook Live: D-Day and 76 Years: Discussion with Jared Frederick and Nicholas Redding


Hosted by Preservation Maryland

Cost: Free

Join Preservation Maryland Executive Director Nicholas Redding and WWII historian and scholar Jared Frederick for a discussion on the history, significance and impact of D-Day. The conversation will take place 76 years to the moment that paratroopers landed in the fields of Normandy starting the greatest amphibious assault in world history. Frederick, a Penn State Instructor and author of “Dispatches of D-Day: A People’s History of the Normandy Invasion” will explore the human toll and impact of the famous battle and provide insight into the Marylanders present for the assault.

Mon, 06/08.

Virtual Public Meeting on Historic Preservation hosted by the New Castle County Department of Land Use


Hosted by New Castle County Department of Land Use

Cost: Free

The New Castle County Department of Land Use invites you to a virtual public meeting to discuss multiple approaches to historic preservation, including legislation and community-based efforts. The first part of the meeting will feature Nicholas Redding, Executive Director of Preservation Maryland, who is a recognized leader in historic preservation approaches.

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