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2018 AAMC & AAMC Foundation Annual Conference & Meeting in Montreal
Association of Art Museum Curators (AAMC) and AAMC Foundation
Above: Courtesy of Lynn Lane Photography.
Above: Courtesy of Lynn Lane Photography.
May 5–8, 2018

Early registration deadline: February 15

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Early bird registration has opened for the 2018 Association of Art Museum Curators & AAMC Foundation Annual Conference & Meeting, May 5-8, in Montréal. 

During the Conference, we’ll visit over 20 sites, including galleries, studios, museums, and community organizations, highlighting the cultural landscape in Montréal. Conference content will center around collaboration, cooperation, engagement and interpretation, building upon and continuing our ongoing focus of inclusion and access. Sessions will delve into the scholarly commitment to the investigation of race in art and visual culture within museums; ethical responsibility in collaborations with artists from outside the financial center-points of the art world; shift in art institutions and curatorial practice away from colonial legacies; collection sharing initiatives amongst organizations; Latinx identity and representation in our art organizations looked at through official and unofficial mentorship opportunities; and status of experience and relationships with digital. Keynote Dialogues, between leading voices in the field, will focus on cultural preservation, research, and artistic creation in developing inclusive and equitable exhibitions, collections, audiences, and networks. 

Be sure to take advantage of Early Bird Registration for a discounted registration fee, closing on February 15. Register today!

For more information about the Conference, please follow the links:
Full Schedule / H
otel Blocks / Flight Information

About the Annual Conference & Meeting
The Association of Art Museum Curators (AAMC) & AAMC Foundation hosts an Annual Conference & Meeting, attracting over 400 curators and guests from around the world. It is the only conference of its kind where are curators from every discipline and field meet to discuss important issues facing the profession. The multi-day event includes mentorship opportunities, networking, professional development workshops, panel discussions, receptions, award announcements, receptions at host city cultural institutions, and a full membership meeting.

The Annual Conference & Meeting, open to all members, and invited guests, fosters the profession's cohesiveness by addressing relevant issues, by assisting in professional development, and by promoting dialogue and exchange among curators.

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February 7, 2018

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Montréal, Canada