Call for Session Proposals: WMA 2012 Palm Springs

Western Museums Association Annual Meeting:
October 21nd – 24th, 2012 – Palm Springs, CA

It is with great pleasure and anticipation that the Western Museums Association releases the session proposal forms for our 2012 Annual Meeting!  It is time to get all of those inspired ideas onto paper.  What are the big topics in your field right now?  Who are the people that are making things happen?   Are there issues that nobody is talking about?  Let’s start that conversation!  WMA 2012 in Palm Springs; be a part of it.

The WMA Annual Meeting is an amazing opportunity to work with your colleagues and other professionals in the field.  Year after year, conference attendee’s talk about the amazing access to new ideas and hearing about what works (and sometimes what doesn’t work!) at other institutions that they can then bring back to their museums.  Not to mention, the conference brings together a museum community beyond the usual geographic limitations.  This opportunity to build professional connections is tremendous.

It doesn’t work though, without you!  Yes, you!  Brainstorm for that session topic and get crackin’ on your proposal!  The strength of the conference is built on the incredible sessions that we can present.

Follow the link provided below to download the session proposal forms.  Also available are guidelines to help answer any questions that might pop up.

Session Proposal Form

Proposal Guidelines

Submit completed proposals at 
Don’t wait!   Proposal deadline is January 7th, 2012.

See you there,

Adam Mikos and Steve Comba
Co-chairs, Program Committee
WMA Annual Meeting 2012


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