About AAM’s Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo
The American Alliance of Museums’ Annual Meeting first started in 1906 in New York with under 200 museum professionals and has grown to over 5,000 attendees, becoming the largest museum conference in the United States.
AAM’s Annual Meeting is the only event of its scope and scale. It brings together museums of all types and sizes—from art and history museums to zoos and botanic gardens—to share ideas and make connections that are transformational. It’s a place where all museum professionals learn from one another, create partnerships, and leave inspired to make an impact on their museums, communities, and the world.
Together, we tackle topics ranging from collections management, curatorial practice, and exhibit design to education, fundraising, marketing, and beyond. Join us May 17-20 in San Francisco.