The New Jersey Association of Museums will hold its annual meeting on May 25 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Morven Museum and Garden in Princeton and will also be available online through Zoom for those unable to meet in person.
The program includes a discussion with keynote speaker, Susie Wilkening of Wilkening Consulting, who will share data from a nationwide study on visitors exploring museums’ role in society. The remainder of the program will include breakout sessions “What’s Your Museum’s Brand?” and “Broadening Museum Audiences: Recruiting Young People as Museum Stakeholders,” networking opportunities, and an optional tour of Morven.
The NJAM is a non-profit membership organization that has been serving museum professionals and arts, history, and science institutions in the state of New Jersey since 1973. NJAM strives to benefit members by: facilitating the exchange of information through educational and networking opportunities, increasing and enhancing knowledge of best practices in museums, and advocating on behalf of New Jersey museums.
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