The Association of Midwest Museums (AMM) is a not-for-profit membership organization providing advocacy, professional development, and resources to museum professionals, board members, students, and volunteers across the Midwest region. Members of AMM have access to reduced registration fees for the Annual Conference and Meeting and corporate members are eligible to exhibit during the conference.
Since the very first conference in 1927, AMM has created opportunities for museum professionals to gather and discuss current issues, trends, and solutions. Today, the Annual Conference and Meeting continues to be the premiere networking event for museum professionals in the Midwest, hosting over 600 individuals seeking new ideas and resources. Each year, the conference is hosted in a different Midwestern location. Learn more about our past conferences.
About our Partners
AMM is partnered with the Wisconsin Federation of Museums (WFM) to host the 2020 Joint Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The purpose of WFM is to promote the general welfare of museums in the State of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin museum profession, to increase and disseminate knowledge pertinent to the profession and to encourage cooperation among Wisconsin museums.
About the Conference
For the 2020 Joint Conference – Museums Evolving – we invite members our museum community to propose sessions that lead and engage others in discussions about the evolution of museums, produce solutions to common challenges, and support advancements in our field. We welcome proposals that explore how museums have changed, and how they will continue to do so as their communities become the center of everything they create and share with their audiences.
We are now seeking session, workshop and poster proposals! Click here to learn more.