Ohio Museums Association Workshops


Join OMA for our September Workshop!

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Ohio’s grant makers have a wealth of grants available for museums and you’ve taken the first, difficult step – finding the perfect grant for your organization. Now, how do you make your proposal stand out from the rest?

Learn top tips from three of Ohio’s granting organizations, the Ohio Arts Council, the Ohio History Fund, and Ohio Humanities, on ways to make your grant proposal the strongest possible candidate!

Get planning steps that will give you an edge, tips and tricks that will make your proposal stand out to the review panel, examples of fantastic (and not so fantastic) proposals, and more insight that will make your next grant application your best so far!

After the presentations, an extended Q&A session with our panel will give you time to ask your in-depth grant questions.

Light refreshments will be provided.

When:  Monday, September 19, 2016, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Where:  Ohio History Center, 800 E. 17th Ave., Columbus, OH 43211

 

Click to download the Workshop Registration Form, and mail or email it to: oma@ohiohistory.org
OMA
800 E. 17th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43211

Registration deadline: September 14, 2016
We hope to see you at the Ohio History Center!

Workshop Registration Fees

Member ($15.00)

Non-Member ($25.00)


Join OMA & Walsh University for our Fall EMP & Student Workshop!

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Are you a student looking to put yourself on the museum job market? Or, maybe you are an Emerging Museum Professional who wants to make your resume as strong as possible for the next step in your museum career?

Whether you are applying for your first museum job or your fiftieth, get inside knowledge from industry experts to give you an edge!

Get information on how to best utilize USA Jobs for desirable federal museum positions, resume tips and tricks (and dos and don’ts), what museum HR departments are really looking for, and how to make yourself the strongest possible candidate!

After the presentations, an extended Q&A session with our panel will give you time to ask your in-depth resume and application questions.

Light refreshments will be provided.

When:  Tuesday, October 4, 2016, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Where:  Walsh University – Birk Center for the Arts, 2020 East Maple St., North Canton, OH 44720
Click to download the Workshop Registration Form, and mail or email it to: oma@ohiohistory.org
OMA
800 E. 17th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43211

Registration deadline: September 28, 2016

Workshop sponsored by:

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Workshop Registration Fees

Member ($10.00)

Non-Member ($15.00)


OMA Funding for Conservation & Preservation Projects Workshop Resources

Thank you to those who joined us for OMA’s Funding for Conservation and Preservation Projects workshop, July 11, 2016, presented by ICA-Art Conservation at Malabar Farm. See below for the presentation we viewed during our session!


Ohio C2C Sustainable Preservation Practices Workshop Resources

The Ohio Connecting to Collections Partners thank those who joined us for the Ohio C2C Sustainable Preservation Practices workshop, October 22, 2014 at the State Library of Ohio. See below for links to some of the resources we discussed during our session!


OMA Mold Prevention and Mitigation Workshop Resources

Thank you to those who joined us for OMA’s Put Mold on Hold in Exhibits and Storage workshop, September 8, 2014, presented by ICA-Art Conservation at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. See below for links to some of the resources we discussed during our session!


OMA Disaster Planning Workshop

Thank you to those who joined us for OMA’s Disaster Planning Redux workshop, June 23, 2014 at ICA-Art Conservation. See below for links to the resources we discussed during our session!

Museums Uncovered: Meeting Colleagues and Sharing Ideas

This series of programs offers Ohio museum professionals the opportunity to gather, discuss and learn about other museums in Ohio. Each program features a “behind-the-scenes” event focusing on an important issue. If your museum is doing something innovative or has had to tackle a problem that you would like to share, please let OMA know. We will do our best to schedule a Museums Uncovered program at your museum.