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Thank you 2017 OMA Annual Conference participants!


We were thrilled to see so many new and familiar faces at the 2017 OMA Annual Conference 

in Astoria last month. From museum directors, board members, registrars, and exhibit designers, 

to advocacy leaders, educators, and students—participants from across the State gathered over 

three days to explore dialogue-centered strategies and practices.

Slides from the keynote address by Dr. Martin Storksdieck are available on the OMA website here

Additional resources and takeaways from the conference will be posted as they become available. 

View photos of the conference here; we also invite you to upload your own! 

OMA sends its thanks to the host venues, speakers, sponsors, Silent Auction bidders, and 

everyone else who contributed their valuable time and energy to the 2017 Annual Conference! 

For those who attended, we hope you left the 2017 Annual Conference with new ideas and connections. 

If you haven’t completed the post-conference questionnaire, please do so by October 13. We value your feedback! 

We look forward to sharing details of next year's annual conference soon!

Membership Special! Take advantage of valid membership through December 31, 2018 by renewing now! 

Founded in 1978, the Oregon Museums Association (OMA) is a non-profit membership organization that provides resources and services to over 200 museums, cultural institutions and associated professionals throughout Oregon. 

The OMA serves as an advocate for museums who actively promote the collection, preservation, exhibition, and interpretation of artistic, historic, scientific and cultural materials, sites, practices, and ideas.

The OMA's mission is to provide professional development and networking opportunities to build the capacity of Oregon's museums. Offering learning opportunities through regional workshops, an annual conference, newsletters and web-based communications, the OMA helps to foster and connect industry professionals with practical resources to support the success of all Oregon museums.


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