Ticket Type Availability Price (USD) Quantity
Registration
Full Conference - Early Bird Expires Feb 9, 2018 $100.00
Full Conference (Not Yet Available) $125.00
Student Full Conference - Early Bird Expires Feb 9, 2018 $75.00
Student Full Conference (Not Yet Available) $100.00
Monday Only Expires Mar 11, 2018 $80.00
Sunday Only Expires Mar 11, 2018 $50.00
Full Conference - Late (No Food) (Not Yet Available) $125.00
Sunday Activities
Leadership Forum w/ Museum Hack 15 Tickets Remaining $50.00
Workshop: "So You Think You Want to Put On a Festival?" (2pm) First 30 Tickets $0.00

See schedule for time and description.

NC Science Museums Grant Network meet-up First 50 Tickets $0.00

See schedule for time and description.

Elsewhere Tour (1:30-2:30pm) First 20 Tickets $0.00

Emily Ensminger, Program Curator, will give a guided tour of Elsewhere, a museum and artist residency set in a 3-floor, former thrift store. http://www.goelsewhere.org

Weatherspoon Tour (3:00-4:15pm) First 25 Tickets $0.00

Weatherspoon Art Museum - Terri Dowell-Dennis, Associate Curator of Education, offers a guided tour of the museum, including two special exhibitions: http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu/exhibitions/show/?title=sanford-biggers-falk-visiting-artist and http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu/exhibitions/show/?title=baggage-claims

GreenHill Center for NC Art (4:30-5:30pm) First 25 Tickets $0.00

Edie Carpenter, Director of Curatorial & Artistic Programs, and artist Jan-Ru Wan offer a special tour of the current exhibition, Slow Art. http://www.greenhillnc.org/slow-art

Monday Activities
Business Meeting & Awards Luncheon Only Expires Mar 11, 2018 $45.00

For individuals NOT registered to attend the conference

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  • Directors Forum must include a Sunday only or Full Conference registration.
  • Registrants to the conference may contact NCMC to determine the status of their membership thru the website at www.ncmuseums.org/contact-us
  • Registration fees include meals, transportation, and activities for that day. If you are attending the Leadership Forum, please be sure the payment option includes that activity and you have selected that session on the registration materials.
  • Please communicate any special needs with Conference Administrator when you register or upon receiving confirmation of registration & payment. Please note that any special dietary requirements (vegetarian, gluten-free) will have to be arranged prior to the conference. NCMC cannot consider every option when setting menus with caterers, so if you do not communicate in advance, it is likely you cannot be accommodated.
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North Carolina Museums Council 2018 Annual Meeting

The conference schedule can be found here

“Where We Meet”

In 2016, fiber artist Janet Echelman unveiled a dramatic 200 foot sculpture rippling in the breeze above the new LeBauer City Park in downtown Greensboro. The inspiration for the design of her piece “Where We Met” was the multiple railway lines converging on Greensboro and its numerous textile mills. In the same way, many threads of our communities connect at our museums. We welcome new audiences, promote new perspectives, and collect local culture. Our museums strive to be gathering places. We anchor economic development, present community stories, and provide learning experiences for everyone. By connecting with our communities, large and small, museums can survive and even thrive under today’s challenging economic and cultural conditions.