Annual Luncheon and Business Meeting Webinar Recording
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Dear ICOM-US Members,

Thank you to those of you who were able to join us for the ICOM-US Annual Member Luncheon and Business Meeting Webinar!  We were very pleased with the success of the webinar and happy to report that over 100 participants were able to join us virtually yesterday.

For those who were not able to join the live webinar, we have recorded the presentation for you to enjoy as well.

You can download and view the webinar recording HERE
Password to view: ICOMUS2020
Please also feel free to share the recorded webinar with your fellow ICOM colleagues. 

Also, we would love to receive your feedback regarding our webinar. Please share your thoughts HERE.  We appreciate any and all comments! 

We hope this information was helpful to our members and we look forward to "seeing" you on the next ICOM-US webinar (more information coming soon)!

Warm regards,

ICOM-US Co-Chairs
Lonnie Bunch and Tom Loughman
ICOM-US International Hot Topics Session
Discussions from Kyoto

Date: June 4, 2020 | Time: 3-4pm CT

What challenges do you share with your international colleagues? Join members of the ICOM-US Board as they discuss issues raised at the 2019 ICOM general conference in Kyoto--climate change, disaster resilience, and cultural heritage preservation; inclusion, diversity, and decolonization; and immigration, and ethical dilemmas--all amplified by the worldwide pandemic and the search for a new definition of museum.

Join members of the ICOM-US Board as they discuss issues raised at the 2019 ICOM general conference, and current perspectives shared by international colleagues. Please email with any questions.

Find more information on the AAM virtual meeting program webpage.
NEW ICOM-US Webinar Series Coming Soon!
More information to be announced
ICOM-US Museum Definition Webinar presented by Kathy Dwyer Southern, Bill Eiland and Rick West.  To be scheduled, more information to come.
  • Thank you to those of you who completed the ICOM-US Museum Definition Survey!
  • We received over 300 responses to the survey and we look forward to sharing the feedback with you during our future webinar.
Additional virtual programs will be announced in the coming months!

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