CMA 2019 will offer a hub for knowledge sharing, providing you ample opportunity to network with your peers and colleagues from across Canada. Our goal is to showcase today’s best practices, to shine a light on the museum of tomorrow; the 2019 theme will explore how museums can learn from what is happening today to successfully plan the future.
CMA 2018 will strive to address the difficult questions and challenging issues facing Canada's museums and galleries at every turn:
Collections: How will our collections be used to inspire and engage the public we serve?
Audiences: How will we broaden and deepen our relationships with our communities in what is perhaps a growing atmosphere of discord, intolerance and mistrust?
Leadership, Diversity, Skills Development: What will the museum professional of the future look like? What skills and knowledge will museum workers need to face the challenges ahead?
Please join us in April 2019 as we celebrate the strength of the Canadian museum community and explore What Now? What’s Next?
A thank you to all participants of CMA 2019 National Conference
Musical Interludes of CMA 2019
2019 Awards Ceremony
Directors' Symposium 2019
April 14, 2019
The Canadian Museums Association (CMA) 2019 Directors’ Symposium provides chief executive officers and directors of Canada’s cultural institutions a unique national forum to openly discuss critical issues.
The Symposium is predicated on the idea that leaders in our sector benefit from networking opportunities while discussing the critical issues our sector faces. As well, time has been set aside for open forum discussions.
This action-packed day will examine topics of critical importance to you:
Facilitated discussion on new national museum policy directions.
Ample networking opportunities.
Museums Enterprises Conference 2019
January 24 – 26, 2019
MEC is the annual conference specifically designed to develop your business experience and entrepreneurial skills that will help maximize the results of museum-based commercial activity in your institution.
The 25 th annual Conference will enable attendees to:
Find solutions to issues you currently face.
Share innovative ideas and best practices with others in the cultural commerce community and learn firsthand what others have been doing.
Discover tools to survive this changing economy and business environment.
Gain valuable information from leaders in our sector.
Visit the MEC Expo with vendors that understand your visitors and your merchandising needs.
Network with your colleagues from across Canada!
Who should attend?
If you are involved in revenue generation, retail and food operations, visitor services, admissions, membership, rentals and special events then this is the Conference for you!
The Canadian Museums Association's Secretariat is located on the traditional lands of the Algonquin peoples. We extend our appreciation for the opportunity to live and learn on this territory in mutual respect and gratitude.