Announcements

Did you miss the 2014 conference?

Check out the Seward City News article on our keynote speaker, Dr. Jan Ramirez, who mesmerized us for an hour and a half with her talk: Too soon? Too sad? Too sensitive? Too sacred? Creating a Museum of History and Memory at Ground Zero. An insider’s look at creating the 911 Museum October 8, 2014 […]

Fall 2014 Reeder-Davies Grants

Announcing the Fall 2014 round of Reeder-Davies grants being offered by the Cook Inlet Historical Society: There are two memorial grants being offered by the Society to encourage research and writing about the Cook Inlet area and Alaska.  The Brian Davies Memorial Grant for Alaska History supports creative projects and in-depth research that makes a […]

Register for Conference by Aug 31 for EARLY BIRD discount!

The Museums Alaska 2014 joint annual conference will be held in Seward, October 1-4, 2014. Details and online registration can be found on the Conference website hosted by the Resurrection Bay Historical Society. Register today! Early bird registration ends August 31, 2014. Museums Alaska members save even more — renew online! 2014 Conference theme: Milestones: […]

Summer 2014 Mini-Networks

August 7, 2014 July 27, 2014 July 10, 2014 We’re happy to receive feedback on some experimental Mini-Networks this summer to get you timely information as we approach an exciting conference in Seward. Comments welcome!

Spring 2014 Network

Please enjoy this edition of Network, including news from around the state, an update on new museum legislation, the 2014 Conference keynote speaker, and much more! Spring 2014 Network Check back on the website this weekend for our virtual celebration of International Museum Day. We’ll have new highlighted photos from this year’s Museum Snapshot Day. […]

Seward conference website LIVE!

Time to start making your travel plans for the 2014 Annual Joint Conference in Seward, October 1-4, 2014.  The conference website is live at http://www.resbayhistorical.org Museums Alaska’s theme: Milestones: Interpreting events that change the course of communities. Museums often preserve and share the impact of community changing events – from the tragic to the triumphant. […]

Reeder-Davies Scholarship Program

The Cook Inlet Historical Society (CIHS) is excited to announce a new program to encourage research and writing about the Cook Inlet area and Alaska. Check out the details on their website. Deadline: April 1, 2014 he Brian Davies Memorial Grant for Alaska History supports creative projects and in-depth research that make a significant contribution to the study of Alaska […]

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