Thank you to our generous #AAM2021 donors!
#AAM2021 Discounted Registration
We are actively fundraising for deeply discounted $25 registrations to help defray the costs of Annual Meeting participation for those who have been furloughed, laid-off, or are otherwise unable to afford the full cost of the conference. If you are able to support 2021 AAM Annual Meeting registration for colleagues who are unable to afford the full cost of registration, please consider making a donation on our website here.
We extend our sincerest appreciation to all of the individuals, companies, and foundations who have and continue donating towards deeply discounted registrations for #AAM2021. Every donation, no matter the amount, supports museum colleagues who have recently been furloughed or laid off, students, or anyone who is otherwise unable to afford the full #AAM2021 registration fee.
If you have been furloughed, laid off, or are otherwise unable to afford the full cost of registration at this time, you can now express your interest in receiving a $25 registration using this form. BIPOC individuals and individuals who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ and disability communities are strongly encouraged to submit their interest. We are actively fundraising for these registrations and will continue doing so through June 7. Registrations will be provided on a rolling basis as funds are raised.
#AAM2021 Discounted Registration Supporters
Lynn Clements, Executive Director, Slover Library
Advocacy for Museums
Claudia M. Oakes
Ross Parry (School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK)
Grants Pass Museum of Art
Arthur G. Affleck, III
AAM’s MarComm Team
AAM Annual Meeting Scholarship
The AAM Annual Meeting Scholarship is a professional growth opportunity that provides financial support for US-based students and museum professionals at any stage of their career to attend the AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo. The program is designed to nurture greater inclusivity—for the benefit of museums, museum professionals, and the diverse audiences they serve—by supporting the professional development of individuals from underrepresented or marginalized groups. 2021 AAM Annual Meeting Scholarship applications were encouraged from individuals (members or non-members) who identify as underrepresented or otherwise marginalized, including but not limited to: persons of color, Hispanic/Latinx, American Indian/Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian, LGBTQ+, and persons with a physical, cognitive, or developmental disability.
We extend our sincerest appreciation to all of the individuals, companies, and foundations who donated towards the 2021 AAM Annual Meeting Scholarship fund.
AAM Annual Meeting Scholarship Supporters
National Association for Museum Exhibitions (NAME)
James Ford Bell Foundation
Patricia E. Mooradian
National Endowment for the Humanities
Fundraising for 2021 AAM Scholarships has closed, but if you’d like to support the 2022 program, please donate here.
Last reviewed and updated April 9, 2021