BC Museums Association is pleased to present a monthly educational webinar series!
Join your museum colleagues from around the province for a lunch-hour webinar. These engaging learning opportunities cover a different topic each month, from education to conservation, marketing to exhibit fabrication, and everything in between. Museum experts from within our membership – and other special guests – present the webinars, which are recorded, archived and accessible through BCMA’s member portal.
Cost: FREE for members (two ticket maximum per institutional member), $10 for not-yet-members
Registration closes 24 hours before the webinar.
Interested in presenting your own webinar topic? Click here.
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Tuesday, May 21, 2019: Making the case for your museum: Advocacy strategies that work!
May 18 – 24 is BC Museums week. What better time to make the case for your museum?
There are hundreds of museums across the province and the vast majority of them receive some form of investment from local governments. Building strong relationships and lasting partnerships with local government officials is the first step on this path for support. It can be hard work – but it is also very worthwhile. In this webinar, Stephanie Halapija, a member of BCMA’s Advocacy committee, will explore best practices for building positive and lasting relationships with municipal governments and regional districts.
The webinar will showcase positive examples, spotlight common challenges and include voices from BCMA members who have had success in increasing support from their municipalities. Participants will come away with solid tips, tools and strategies for making the case about the powerful role museums play in creating economic, social and cultural benefits for communities and why local governments should invest in your organization.
Additional 2019 webinars coming soon!
All past webinars are archived and accessible to BCMA members on our new member portal.
Consider becoming a member to gain access to these valuable resources. Past webinar topics include: