AAMC offers webinars on essential skills, timely issues, and latest discoveries that define the profession of Art Curator and enhance understanding and development in the field, through online webinars, a medium that simultaneously reaches the organization's entire membership, regardless of location. As of October 2015, all webinars are free with a current membership. An archive of past webinars is also available to current members.
All of AAMC’s programming and overall efforts shall strive to be representative of diversity: across fields of expertise, types of institutional mission, regional position, and self-identifications (by nation, gender, creed, race) of participants. The more diverse our voices, the more dynamic our offerings.
For the 2015 - 2016 season, AAMC webinars focus on the theme "How Art Curators Get Their Ideas Out There." The topics for the webinars have been selected based on this idea as it relates to exhibitions, scholarship, and the broader social context.
The Role of Design & Architecture in Museums of Art, History, & Culture - December 5, 2016
(For access to past webinars, please click on the appropriate link, members ONLY):
Museum Metrics: Measuring the Tangible & Intangible to Gauge an Exhibition’s Success - November 2016
Contemporary Ways to Present Historical Art - October 2016
E-Publications - Why Bother? - June 2016
Curating Social Justice: Three Case Studies - January 2016
Label Writing - October 2015
Curators and Community Engagement - June 2015
How Curatorial Projects Get Funded: Navigating the Institutional Machine - March 2015
Both Sides of the Board - October 2014
Curating from the Outside - August 2014
Working with Living Artists: A Roadmap to Navigate Commissions, Interpretation, and Contracts - April 2014
Accounting for Curators: Building the Exhibition Budget - September 2013
Authentication and Expertise by Curators - December 2013
Mobile Technology & Curatorial Practice - May 2012