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This session will explore issues such as setting the value for an outgoing loan, determining the monetary loss in cases of damage or theft, gift giving, and confirming the price of a new acquisition. Participants will learn what an appraisal is, how to read an appraisal, how to choose a certified appraiser, and how to review museum policies and both American and Canadian tax forms.
What does 'Unity' mean to your organization? How does museum leadership work to create a respectful environment where people with differing world views can not only work together, but thrive because of it? Can design serve as a change agent to create safe and respectful places for this dialogue to occur? This session will explore how museums can play a role in bringing people together to find...
As institutions operating in the public interest, museums should strive to instill a sense of belonging and purpose among all citizens, not merely facilitate access to data and objects. Crowdsourcing these digitization efforts has become an effective means to bring awareness to and foster interest in collections, as well as involve the general public in museum projects. This session will...
Many museums are undertaking small and large changes in response to the changing world. In order to truly change behavior, it is imperative to first change mindset. This session will utilize the Arbinger approach to conflict to challenge participants to examine how their own inward mindset hinders results with colleagues, managers, contractors, volunteers, and members of the community.
This session will explore how a committee of representatives from the local Indigenous community, the City of Edmonton, and the Edmonton Arts Council collaborated to create an Indigenous Art Park. The panel will share how their cooperative process built trust, opened opportunities, and explored new ways of thinking about place as they commissioned six Indigenous artists to tell stories of this...
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