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AAMC Foundation 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. All of AAMC’s programming and overall efforts shall strive to be representative of diversity across fields of expertise, types of institutional mission, regional positions, and self-identifications (by nation, gender, creed, race) of participants. The more diverse our voices, the more dynamic our offerings.

Beginning in 2017, professional development webinars will be open to members and non-members through the AAMC Foundation with a registration fee. Access to the recordings of the webinars will be for registrants only for 12 months, and then will be open to the general public. The availability to purchase an archived recording will be available. Please visit our resource page to see an archive of past webinars and other information.

This coming year, webinar topics have been developed around the central theme of the “outward-facing-curator,” dissecting ways in which curators collaborate and engage with audiences internally & externally.

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Previous Webinars

(For access to past webinars, please click on the appropriate link.)


Demystifying Deaccessioning

Crowdsourcing Exhibitions: Lessons Learned

Models for International Research & Collaboration

Navigating Social Media

Provenance: Sharing Research, Asking New Questions

Provenance: Going Beyond WWII Era Research

Provenance: Advances in WWII Era Research

New Approaches to Inclusion in Reinstallation

New Approaches to Institutional Partnerships

Scaling Back With Successful Impact

Curators Thinking Digitally

Curators and Conservators: Successful Cooperation

The Role of Design & Architecture in Museums of Art, History, & Culture

Museum Metrics: Measuring the Tangible & Intangible to Gauge an Exhibition’s Success

Contemporary Ways to Present Historical Art

E-Publications - Why Bother?

Curating Social Justice: Three Case Studies

Label Writing

Curators and Community Engagement

How Curatorial Projects Get Funded: Navigating the Institutional Machine

Both Sides of the Board

Curating from the Outside

Working with Living Artists: A Roadmap to Navigate Commissions, Interpretation, and Contracts 

Accounting for Curators: Building the Exhibition Budget

Authentication and Expertise by Curators

Mobile Technology & Curatorial Practice

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