Program Perspectives

By: Adam Mikos
Living in Portland, where the sun started shining through the rain only a few days ago, it seems defective to be already looking forward to October.  Looking forward I am though, to the Western Museums Association Annual Meeting in Palm Springs.
As museum people, we frequently look at the same situations and see very different things.  This holds true for educators, students,...
By: Jean Nels
I sit here reminiscing that just a week ago I was in Hawaii at the WMA Annual Meeting.  As a first time attendee, I had many high expectations about the knowledge I would gain and the information I would bring back to my small museum in Mount Shasta, California - the Sisson Museum. I am happy to say that many of my expectations were met and I can sense many ways for my museum to...
By: Brian Eyler
With the WMA Annual Meeting only a few weeks away, I’ve been asked by the powers that be to share my thoughts about being an attendee (and a presenter) at the upcoming meeting in Honolulu.  To be honest, I’ll be arriving at this particular meeting with an unusual perspective.

After regularly attending (and presenting once before - Sacramento, I believe) WMA Annual Meetings for...


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