[BCMA] A Message from Our June Keynote: Secretary Lonnie G. Bunch III

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A Message from Our June Keynote Speaker
The Alberta Museums Association (AMA) is delighted to welcome Lonnie G. Bunch III, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, as our Keynote Speaker for the June Event in our 2021 Conference Series<https://museums.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u=fea986797f7331af112d717b7&id=4e1254d881&e=11127bb1bb>!

Click below for a special message from Secretary Bunch, and keep reading to learn more about our Keynote Conversation on June 17.

A Message from Lonnie G. Bunch III, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution

About the Keynote

Our June Keynote with Secretary Bunch will open the Conference Event with a conversation sharing his experience building and serving diverse communities through bold, visionary museum action and leadership. In our discussion and Q & A, we will explore museums as places of collaboration that are breaking down barriers to accessibility and ensuring inclusive representation of and for their communities.

Inspiring Alberta museums and their work of creating vibrant and engaged communities, a post-keynote chat has been added to the program for attendees to continue discussing themes and topics brought up by our Keynote Conversation with Secretary Bunch!

Thank you to our June Keynote Sponsor


With tangible lessons for museums of all sizes, subjects, and locations, our June Event has a special focus on community-driven innovation in the current virtual sphere and as museums look to new futures in a post-pandemic world.

Our virtual program includes breakout sessions addressing the Conference's guiding pillars of Reconciliation, Inclusion, Community, and Innovation, networking opportunities with colleagues, exclusive tie-in content in the Conference Event Hub<https://museums.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u=fea986797f7331af112d717b7&id=470c14896a&e=11127bb1bb>, and more as we celebrate the AMA's 50th Anniversary!

Click the button below for the June Event Program, and learn more about participating in the 2021 Conference Series at our website<https://museums.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u=fea986797f7331af112d717b7&id=ec8c087382&e=11127bb1bb>.

Explore the Program<https://museums.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u=fea986797f7331af112d717b7&id=a3b6e77853&e=11127bb1bb>
We look forward to seeing you next week! If you have any questions about our 50th Anniversary Conference Series<https://museums.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u=fea986797f7331af112d717b7&id=9cbed0fd35&e=11127bb1bb>, please contact Ben Fast, Program Lead, at learning at museums.ab.ca<mailto:learning at museums.ab.ca>.

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