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AAMC Foundation's webinars offer live online discussions that support our mission to advance the professional development of art curators, as well as the larger nonprofit art community.  As part of our outreach, the Foundation’s programs and fellowships support our leadership role at the forefront of nurturing and shaping the voice of the curatorial field and art organizations on a global level. 

In general, all professional development webinars are open to all through the AAMC Foundation with a registration fee. Access to the recordings of the webinars are available registrants only for 6 months, and then are open and available for free to the general public. The availability to purchase an archived recording is available. Please click on the webinar titles listed below and visit our resource page to access our archive of past webinars and other information.

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Upcoming Webinars 

 

Inclusivity in Isolation

 
Free Live Webinar
June 3, 2020
1:00pm - 2:15pm ET

 

Provenance II: New 3-Part Series

Live Webinars
June 10, 17 and 24, 2020
12:00pm - 1:15pm ET

 

Understanding NFP Finances

 
Live Webinar
June 11, 2020
1:30pm - 2:45pm ET

 

Public Art & Contemporary Narratives

 
Free Live Webinar
July 14, 2020
2:00pm - 3:00pm ET

  


 

Previous Webinars

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

Keep the Doors Open Through Digital Media


International Perspectives on Disaster Response


Team Building in Isolation: Everyone’s Engagement


Global Topics for Local Audiences


Working Through Building Projects


Utilizing Community Advisory Groups


Emergency & Disaster Response


Management: Advancement


Management: Environment


Management: Navigation


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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