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A symposium to honour the career of Diana Nemiroff
Saturday, October 20, 2012
9:00am - 6:00pm
5050 Minto CASE, Carleton University
This is a free public event (lunch included), but please register in advance by emailing email@example.com
For more information: www.carleton.ca/arthistory
Mediation Workshop in Art and Cultural Heritage
January 2013 - New York City, New York (New date and location; exact dates to be determined)
The CMA is pleased to announce the new Mediation Workshop in Art and Cultural Heritage taking place in in New York City, in January 2013. This Workshop was developed by the International Council of Museums (ICOM) and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Arbitration and Mediation Center and will be offered in co-operation with the CMA.
This Workshop will provide mediation training in art and cultural heritage disputes and focuses on the appropriate tools and techniques of mediation, emphasizing effective communication and increased understanding. The Workshop will include a general presentation of the ICOM-WIPO Mediation process, as well as simulated mediation exercises.
Conducted by Mr. Jon Lang (London UK) and Mr. Lawrence M. Kaye (New York), this Workshop is geared to art and cultural heritage experts, museum professionals, mediators, lawyers and others wishing to familiarize themselves with the specific issues related to art and cultural heritage disputes as well as with the ICOM-WIPO mediation procedure.
Stay tuned for more details regarding the Workshop.
CMA bursaries are available for Canadian museum workers, subject to application criteria. Click here for more details.
Canada-China Book Program
The Canadian Fund for International Understanding through Culture (CanforCulture) is soliciting donations of children’s books for rural libraries and schools in China, especially in earthquake recovery zones. The pilot project will be launched in mid July 2011 in the province of Guizhou, China. The books may be in English, French or in Chinese, ideally on aspects of Canadian arts and heritage.
If your museum has such titles, take part in this great initiative that will help provide the tools to enlighten and increase literacy for children and youths.
How can I participate?
- You can make a donation by sending of a minimum 2 copies of titles available.
- Please send your books no later than July 1st to:
Canada-China Book Program
Canadian Museums Association
280 Metcalfe Street, Suite 400
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1R7
c/o Mélanie Boulanger
If you would like further information on this project, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be pleased to send you a brief description of the CanforCulture Book project.
The Canadian Fund for International Understanding through Culture
The Canadian Fund for International Understanding through Culture (CanForCulture) presents the 3rd Canada-China Cultural Dialogue in collaboration with the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries and the Canadian Museums Association.
Details of the 2011 dialogue will be available soon.
Organised by the Canadian Fund for International Understanding through Culture (CanForCulture) in partnership with the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries and the Canadian Museums Association, the Dialogue will once again be a platform to initiate exchanges between Canadian and Chinese professionals from arts and cultural institutions, corporations and media, government and volunteers. It will be an occasion to celebrate and share the strengths and experiences of Canadian and Chinese cultural professionals.
Topics that will be explored include:
- Telling our Stories
- Sustainable Development
- Visitor Experience