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Association of Indiana Museums
PO Box 1883
Indianapolis, IN 46206
Phone: 317-234-5255
Fax: 317-233-0857


Special Thanks To:
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Conference Flyer is available by clicking here.  

 

ONLINE CONFERENCE

 

 REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE.

 

 There are over 500 museums in indiana and each of these locally grown institutions serves its immediate and extended communities through a variety of exhibitions, programs, and experiences unique to the Hoosier state.  Join us as we sow the seeds of engagement, inspiration, and creativity.  You won’t want to miss out on this bountiful harvest!

 

AIM is proud to co-sponsor this year's conference with the IUPUI Museum Studies Program and the IUPUI Department of History.

 

 

Libraries: Library CEU's are available for conference sessions.

 

Conference Schedule -- also see conference flyer. 

Sunday, September 21, 2014: Take a Trek on the Cultural Trail.

o   Tour will begin at the conference hotel.

o   Tour will be about 1.5 miles of walking along Indy's new Cultural Trail; refreshments and transportation back to the hotel provided.

  

Monday, September 22, 2014, at IUPUI's Campus Center:  420 University Boulevard (please note, there is a $13/day parking fee). 

 

  

Conference Hotel:  Courtyard Marriott at the Capitol, 320 N. Senate Ave, Indianapolis. Tel:  (317) 684-7733. Room rates: $129 per night, plus tax.  The room block is now open and ready to take reservations.  Be sure to mention the AIM Conference 

Keynote Speaker: Brian Payne, President and CEO of the Central Indiana Community Foundation.

   

Students: Want to earn a reduced registration? Work a shift at the conference! Email Janna Bennett for more information and schedule: office@indianamuseums.org.

 

 

 

 

 
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