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Befriending Museums: A Handbook

Befriending Museums: A Handbook

by Iley, Sarah J.E.

 

Paper, 96p. 1992., Bilingual

CA$ 10

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Summary

This book is designed to increase the effective involvement of Canadians in their museums, providing ideas about how individuals and businesses might enhance their support of these institutions. Includes a selected bibliography.

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Benchmarking Study 2003: How Does Your Institution Measure up?

Benchmarking Study 2003: How Does Your Institution Measure up?
Part II

by Canadian Museums Association

ISBN: 0-919106-48-x
Spiral bound, 90p., 2004
25% reduction for members of the Canadian Museums Association

CA$ 50

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Summary

This report is a follow-up to the 1997 Museum Retailing in Canada , the first report of the CMA's National Benchmarking Study. The current study includes new and updated data on retail operations and measures and establishes benchmarks for additional revenue generated from activities, such as admissions, food services, facility rentals and other revenue areas.

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CMA 2015 Benchmarking Report

CMA 2015 Benchmarking Report — Museum Retailing in Canada

Canadian Museums Association

Language: English only
Spiral bound, 30p., 2015
25% reduction for members of the Canadian Museums Association

CA$ 90
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Summary


In 2015 CMA Conducted a Benchmarking Survey of national cultural retail operations. The last such study undertaken by the CMA was in 2003. THe objective of the 2015 survey was primarily to survey and develop internal benchmarks in order to establish performance standards which would allow members to measure their effectiveness and determine how their performance compares with other institutions.
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Great Canadian Masters

Great Canadian Masters

Celebrate 150 years of Canada’s creative excellence with recipes created by top chefs from across the country inspired by paintings from great Canadian artists from our nation’s museums and galleries.

Canadian Museums Association

ISBN: 978-0-919106-67-3
Soft cover, 128p., 2016


CA$ 30 
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Summary

The Canadian Museums Association invited Canadian chefs from around the country to participate in a collaborative project. Each chef selected a painting to inspire them to create a dish that reflects our national cultural identity and the results are extraordinary.
 
 
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Legaleasy

Legaleasy

by Ella Agnew

Ontario Association of Art Galleries,
and Canadian Museums Association

Paper, 307 p. 1991
ISBN 0-9694987-1-3
25% reduction for members of the Canadian Museums Association

CA$ 60
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Summary

Written in plain language, this is a step-by-step guide addressing the legal concerns of Canada's public museums and galleries.
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National Compensation Survey Results

National Compensation Survey Results

2016 Edition

Canadian Museums Association
 
ISBN: 978-0-919106-65-9
Spiral bound, 72p., 2015

25% reduction for members of the Canadian Museums Association

CA$ 110 
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Summary


Recognizing that the success of its member organizations is largely dependent on the ability to attract and retain top calibre staff, and that the cultural sector is affected by increasingly scarce skill sets in the labour market, the CMA launched an updated version of its comprehensive national compensation survey — compensation being one of the most critical elements of an organization’s ability to attract and retain talented employees.

The updated National Compensation Survey was conducted in-house by the CMA. It was launched online in English and French.
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The Royal Ontario Museum: A Prehistory, 1830–1914

 

The Royal Ontario Museum: A Prehistory, 1830–1914

By J. Lynne Teather

Canada University Press, 2005
ISBN 0-9733879-0 Hard Cover
ISBN 0-9733879-9 Soft Cover
25% reduction for members of the Canadian Museums Association

CA$ 44.95 Hard Cover
CA$ 34.95 Soft Cover

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Summary:

This pioneering work provides new perspectives into the role of museums in nineteenth century Canada, and especially in Toronto. It dives into the context of the broader history of museums, both nationally and abroad. Based on extensive archival records, diaries, professional literature and a vast body of secondary sources, the author depicts a deeper history of the ROM’s creation against the backdrop of museum and cultural discourse.

This volume is essential reading for students and scholars of museum studies, cultural studies and Canadian history.

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