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Digital Engagement Series #3: Ways Forward

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A collaboration between AAAM, AAM, AAMC, AAMD, AAMG, MAC, MCN, and the School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester / One-by One

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Digital Engagement Series

If it wasn’t evident prior, the pandemic has emphasized the nonprofit arts sector’s need to dismantle the silos prohibiting collaboration in digital engagement. In recognition of this, the Association of African American Museums, American Alliance of Museums, Association of Art Museum Curators, Association of Art Museum Directors, Association of Academic Museums and Galleries, Museum Association of the Caribbean, and the Museum Computer Network have aligned, for the first time, to present an online series bringing together their constituencies to advance the museum community’s digital projects. Together the associations have partnered with the School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester and their ‘One by One’ project, a multi-partner international initiative, gathering together cultural organizations, policy makers, academics, professional bodies, support agencies, and communities of practice, to build digitally confident art organizations by helping them better define, improve, measure and embed the digital literacy of their staff and volunteers in all roles and at all levels. 

Through this program, we hope to offer a deeper understanding of the current successes, to emphasize the necessary aspects of team building and shared accountability in digital projects; and to share research and findings through the One-by-One initiatives.

Organized by AAMC in collaboration with our partners, please contact programs@artcurators.org with any questions.

Session #3

Ways Forward

Wednesday, February 24

12:00 - 1:15pm ET

While the global pandemic has accelerated the use of online solutions, tools, and services, it has also exposed that a digitally enabled world works for some, but not all equally. This third discussion gathers international perspectives to discuss meaningful and relevant digital strategies, to identify new partnerships and models of working, to consider what a hybrid world might look like, and how to move forward the sector together.

Speaker details to come.

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ABOUT PROGRAM PARTNERS

Association of African American Museums (AAAM)

The Association of African American Museums (AAAM) is a non-profit member organization established to support African and African American focused museums nationally and internationally, as well as the professionals who protect, preserve and interpret African and African American art, history and culture. Established as the single representative and principal voice of the African American museum movement, the Association seeks to strengthen and advocate for the interests of institutions and individuals committed to the preservation of African-derived cultures.

American Alliance of Museums (AAM)

The American Alliance of Museums’ (AAM) mission is to champion museums and nurture excellence in partnership with our members and allies. From art museums to zoos, members of the diverse museum community share something in common—strong support, standards of excellence, knowledge sharing, and professional networks provided by AAM.

Association of Art Museum Curators (AAMC) & AAMC Foundation

Founded in 2001, AAMC & AAMC Foundation celebrate the curatorial narrative by supporting and promoting the work of art curators at all stages in their career through opportunities for networking, collaboration, professional development, and career advancement. In the ever-changing, non-profit visual art world, AAMC is the voice for all curators—regardless of field, experience level, and institutional type. We ensure that the curatorial perspective on art, museums, and educational issues is actively communicated to the public, media, and museum profession.

Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD)

The Association of Art Museum Directors advances the profession by cultivating leadership capabilities of directors, advocating for the field, and fostering excellence in art museums. An agile, issues-driven organization, AAMD has three desired outcomes: engagement, leadership, and shared learning.

Association of Academic Museums and Galleries (AAMG)

The Association of Academic Museums and Galleries is the leading educational and professional organization for academic museums, galleries, and collections. The AAMG establishes and supports best practices, educational activities and professional development that enable its member organizations to fulfill their educational missions.

Museum Association of the Caribbean (MAC)

MAC is an association and network with a mission to support museums and cultural organizations across the region and in the Caribbean diaspora. We have been supporting museums since 1987: helping to develop standards and best practice; serving as advisors to governments and the public on museum development; exchanging information and ideas on museum best practice; connecting organizations internationally; conserving and preserving our natural and cultural heritage, and creating opportunities for the sharing skills and experiences.

Museum Computer Network (MCN)

MCN is a vibrant community of museum professionals working in technology and digital. We are a hub for collaboration, innovation, professional development, resource-sharing, and emerging technologies in museums.

‘One by One’

‘One by One’ is a multi-partner international initiative, bringing together cultural organisations, policy makers, academics, professional bodies, support agencies, and communities of practice, to build digitally confident museums.

School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester

Over the past 50 years, we have acquired a global reputation for leading-edge thinking and experimental practice in museum studies. Researchers, practitioners and postgraduate students come together to think creatively and critically about museums, galleries and heritage.

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