NMAM 2023 Annual Conference
Museums as Influencers: Integrating the Creative Economy
Arts and culture play a significant role in shaping New Mexico’s character and contributing to the success of the state economy. The diverse and unique collection of state, county, municipal, and private museums in the state are a cornerstone of this success. This year the New Mexico state legislature established a Division of Creative Industries within the State Economic Development Department to support the growth of economic opportunity among creative industries outside of film. As museums big and small look to the future and plan for long-range success, expanding our institutions’ roles as community anchors and economic drivers will be critical for continued and amplified relevance. We can and must consider how we support, drive, sustain, and nourish the creative economy within and beyond our walls. At this year’s New Mexico Association of Museums Annual Conference, discover ways of working within our communities to deliver positive social and economic impact.
University of New Mexico Student Union, Albuquerque, NM
November 2-3, 2023
We cordially invite you to submit proposals for sessions or workshops that you believe would be of interest to our diverse community.
For more information or help submitting proposals, contact Adrienne T. Boggs, Program Chair at email@example.com.
Annual NMAM Board Nominations are Open!
Please submit this form to nominate yourself or a colleague to serve on our Board of Directors.
Here is a description of NMAM’s Board Member duties and commitment.
This year's slate of open positions are as follows:
President (1-year term)
First Vice-President (2-year term)
Second Vice-President (1-year term)
Treasurer (2-year term)
Membership Officer (2-year term)
MPMA Representative (2-year term)
Northeast Regional Representative (2-year term)
Southwest Regional Representative (2-year term)
New Board members will be asked to attend their first official meeting during the monthly board meeting in January 2024. Official Board service terms begin January 01, 2024.
Nominations are due Tuesday, October 31st.
For more information on the 2024 NMAM board election, contact Adrienne T. Boggs, President at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NMAM is a dynamic non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and supporting New Mexico's cultural institutions.