UHA / MANY Annual Conference Announcement

Upstate History Alliance and Museum Association of New York are calling for participation in their recently reorganized annual conference. According to their web site, &#8220The UHA/MANY annual conference has a new name and a new format and we need your ideas and leadership to bring it to life! We’ve decided to leave the &#8220talking head&#8221 sessions of past conferences behind and focus on generating a new energy through conversations and networking.&#8221

Museums in Conversation: Fresh Perspectives for New York State Museums is being organized in collaboration with the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York Council for the Humanities, and the Archives Partnership Trust. It will be held March 29-30, 2009 at the Doubletree Hotel, Tarrytown, New York.

The calls for session proposals and pre- and post-conference workshops proposals are now available here. The submission deadline is November 1, 2008.

Proposals are being welcomed &#8220from a wide range of disciplines and professions, within and outside the museum community, that focus on how institutions are using interdisciplinary approaches to reach new audiences and build innovative collaborations that strengthen program organizational development.&#8221

The conference organizers are seeking undergraduate and graduate student volunteers.

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