10:15 am - 11:30 am

Has your institution staged living history performances within your exhibit spaces? If not, here's your chance to learn how it's done for maximum effect and to the delight of your visitors. Starting with a live, interpretative performance, this session will offer strategies and take-home resources for programming memorable, immersive experiences.
Every successful fundraising campaign starts with an effective plan. In this hands-on interactive session, you’ll learn how to devise one for your institution. #nutsandbolts
Are Museum Studies programs changing and adapting to the needs of those seeking employment in the field? Are they furthermore responding to current workplace issues of equity, diversity, and inclusivity? Bring your perspective and join in the conversation.
Through exhibits and programs the Las Cruces Museum System, the New Mexico History Museum, and the University of New Mexico Art Gallery have encouraged museumgoers to think about social justice and the role civic engagement plays in achieving it. Panelists will speak to the challenges and rewards of discussing race relations, migration, and activism with their visitors. Attendees will participate...
All across the continent indigenous people and tribes have sparked a renaissance within Indian country by sharing their stories, celebrating their traditions, and developing dynamic and immersive destinations that serve their people and inspire the world. Please join the discussion about the new programs and partnerships emerging from this exciting cultural landscape.
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