PARC 55, FOURTH FLOOR CONFERENCE MAP
Friday, February 8, 2019
8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Morning Welcome
Good Morning. Join us for coffee and tea in Cyril Magnin Foyer at Parc 55.
Creative Station - Dots, Dashes, Flags...and Coding presented by USS Hornet Museum
Creative Station - Calavera Pins for Day of the Dead presented by The Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands
9:00 AM – 10:15 AM Concurrent Learning Opportunities
1A - Building Capacity and Community While Caring for Your Collection
1B - Fundraising for Museums of All Sizes
1C - Lessons from #MeToo: Is Your Work Culture Inclusive Enough to Prevent Bias & Harassment Claims?
1D - Decolonizing the Narrative of Native American Museum Interpretations
1E - The Dos and Dont's of Community Outreach
1F - Empowering Staff Voices: Interpretation Training for Conservation and Advocacy
Discussion - Best Practices in Working with Military Veterans
Discussion - Embracing Social Media: How to Utilize Platforms to Create an Inclusive Narrative
10:00AM –6:00 PM Exhibit Hall Open
Our exhibit hall is back for one day only--come chat with CAM business associates throughout the day in the Cyril Magnin Foyer at Parc 55. Thank you to our 2019 Exhibitors:
American Alliance of Museums
Aurora Storage Products, Inc.
Emerging Museum Professionals
Hollinger Metal Edge, Inc.
Minnesota Street Art Project
Moss Adams LLP
SF State Museum Studies Program
Ship Art International
Tru Vue, Inc.
University of San Francisco
10:30 AM – 11:45 AM Concurrent Learning Opportunities
2A - Earthquakes, Earth Shakes, Fire and Other Natural Disasters
2B - Building and Maintaining a Professional Pipeline: Achieving Excellence in Museum Internship Programs
2C - Voluntold to Volunteer: Recruit, Train, and Retain a Strong Youth Volunteer or Employment Program
2D - Inspirational Marketing
2E - Beyond the Prep Period: Teacher-designed Curricula for Museums
2F - Diversity, Access and Inclusion: Bringing Multi-Sensory Tours to Your Museum
Discussion - Authority: Where is the Source?
Discussion - How Can CAM’s Green Museums Initiative Support CA Museums
11:45 AM – 1:30 PM Lunch Break and Creative Stations
Creative Station - Design-a-Decotrope presented by The San José Museum of Art
Creative Station - Make Your Own “Moon Germ” presented by The USS Hornet Sea, Air & Space Museum
11:45 AM - 1:15 PM Dialogue Lunches
Join one of our Dialogue Lunches, topically-focused meals hosted by museum leaders across California. Pre-registration encouraged; registration required.
Sponsored By: The Scientific Photographer and Wells Fargo Museum
1:30 PM – 2:45 PM Concurrent Learning Opportunities
3A - IMLS Grants: A Catalyst for Museums and Communities
3B - SOS for Ethnic-Specific Museums: The Art of Creating Cultural and Political Capital
3C - Strategic Foresight: Techniques to Navigate Change
3D - Expect the Unexpected: Using Museum Theater and Live Performance to Bring Your Collections to Life
3E - Engaging Millennials to Seed Future Philanthropy
3F - Meeting Members Where They Are: Creative Solutions to Boost Your Base
Discussion - Does Size Matter?
Discussion - Beyond Open Doors: Welcome, Belonging, and Empathy in the 21st Century Museum
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Creative Stations
Creative Station - Don’t make and take, collaborate! presented by The Palo Alto Art Center
Creative Station - Tag, you're it! presented by San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
2:45 PM – 3:15 PM Afternoon Break
Join colleagues for an afternoon snack break in the Cyril Magnin Foyer. Meet and mingle with the business members and exhibitors while refueling for the rest of the afternoon.
3:15 PM – 4:30 PM Concurrent Learning Opportunities
4A - Learning from the Ground Up: Lessons for All Museums from New Museums
4B - Intersectional Feminism in Museums
4C - Cultivate Your Culture of Philanthropy—Creatively!
4D - Mixing Words: Fostering Inclusion Through Multilingual Programs and Exhibits
4E - Museum vs. Moth: Lessons from an Infestation
4F - Protecting Art in Public Spaces: Working in an In-Airport Museum
Discussion - Propagating Potential: Maximizing Resources through Redesign and Rehabilitation
Discussion - Exploring Opportunities for Collaboration Between Volunteer Managers and Development Staff
4:30 PM – 6:00 PM Creative Stations and Happy Hour
Join in a relaxed happy hour while you can meet with exhibitors and check out some of the creative work taking place in California museums.
Creative Station - STEM and the Arts for Early Learners presented by The Bay Area Discovery Museum
Creative Station - Bringing Characters to Life for Our Visitors! presented by The Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center
Sponsored By: Provident Credit Union
6:45 PM – 9:30 PM Directors' Dinner
Open to senior level managers and Directors of museums only.
Location: Ortega Ballroom at the Presidio Officers' Club
Cost: $75, includes transportation and dinner
Speaker: Jan Masaoka, CEO, CalNonprofits
California Policies: Half Empty or Half Full for Nonprofits? Should California nonprofit organizations be optimistic or pessimistic right now? From devastating wildfires to high voter turnout, 2018 had both positive and negative effects on California communities. How did these events or trends affect nonprofit organizations and how will Sacramento respond? Join Jan Masaoka, the CEO of CalNonprofits, in a review of current issues impacting California's nonprofit field.
Sponsored By: MATT Construction and Traveler's Indemnity Company
Wine Donated By: Moshin Vineyards
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM EMP Meet-Up
Location: Museum of the African Diaspora
Cost: Free of charge, RSVP required on Eventbrite
Bay Area Emerging Museum Professionals welcomes you to a casual networking happy hour, generously sponsored by the Museum of the African Diaspora. Mix and mingle with fellow EMPs, and learn tips and tricks from seasoned professionals. Free of charge and light refreshments provided.
RSVP required on Eventbrite: https://tinyurl.com/yc4c75ru.
Available Affinity Happy Hour Gatherings:
University of San Francisco Alumni
Location: Marines’ Memorial Hotel & Club, 609 Sutter Street
Join University of San Francisco Museum Studies Alumni as they celebrate the program’s 5th anniversary. Open to all CAM attendees. Chinese New Year dim sum provided, no host bar.
John F. Kennedy University Museum Legacy Project
Location: John Colins, 138 Minna Street
Join JFKU Museum Studies Alumni and current students for a casual happy hour! Open to everyone in the JFKU Museum Studies community. No host bar, free appetizers while they last!
RSVP encouraged on Eventbrite
San Francisco State University Alumni
Location: Exhibit Hall / Cable 55 Bar
Join San Francisco State University Museum Studies in the exhibit hall (Booth #11) during happy hour, with continued conversations in the hotel lobby bar after 6pm. No host.
Meet-Up at the Cable 55
Location: Cable 55 Bar
The Parc 55 offers the perfect venue to arrange a casual meet-up at the Cable 55 Bar and restaurant. Continue your conversations after the conference day has ended, reconnect with old colleagues, or make some new friends! No host.