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  • September 26, 2018
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The Museum Institute at Great Camp Sagamore

September 26-28, 2018

Leaders Define Leadership


September in the Adirondacks is the best time of year to get what you need to succeed by joining us for the exciting re-launch of The Museum Institute. The Institute is the perfect place for emerging and established leaders to develop strategies to face new challenges. What you learn in this immersive, participatory program will help you effect positive change in your organization, your career, and your community. Learn from other leaders in the museum field who will share their experiences across a variety of disciplines to help create solutions, build audiences, and develop your institutional management skills. Session topics will include building cultural competence, supporting financial and human resources, enhancing board capacity, and creating professional communities.

Registration for the three-day program includes evening events, two nights’ accommodations, and all meals: MANY Members $625. Not-yet members $675. Registration is limited to 25 people and opens June 1!

Support for this program comes from the Nordlys Foundation.

We are pleased to announce that 2018 presenters will include:

Andrew Marietta, Vice President, Regional Development, Central NY Office, New York Council of Nonprofits leading a session about developing institutional resources.

Suzanne LeBlanc, President, Aimee Terzulli, Director of Education and the Visitor Experience, and Tanya Butler Holder, Associate Director of Administration, all of the Long Island Children’s Museum, who will share their experiences as part of the first cohort of The Cultural Competence Learning Institute – a project of the Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose, Association of Science-Technology Centers, Association of Children’s Museums and Garibay Group funded by a National Leadership Grant from the IMLS. They will lead a session about exploring and building diversity, inclusion, and cultural competence.  

More to Come!

The Museum Association of New York strengthens the capacity of New York State’s cultural community by supporting professional standards and organizational development. We provide advocacy, training, and networking opportunities so that museums and museum professionals may better serve their missions and communities.

Museum Association of New York is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization. 

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