2017 AGM working papers & proxies on the web

Papers and proxy forms for the 2017 Annual Business Meeting are now available online, on the working papers page. Feel free to download them and we will also have hard copies for meeting attendees. Should you have any questions or comments, please contact us via the online form. PLEASE NOTE: Proxies for the meeting are…

Pre-conference soirée

For those getting into Pittsburgh early, we are having a pre-conference soirée, which is free with your registration. This will be a casual get-together, to make new friends and see old ones as you relax after your flight. When: Tuesday, 24 October from 7-9pm Where: in the Wildlife Halls at Carnegie Museum of Natural History…

Important information on post-conference trips

UPDATE: Due to popular demand, we are consolidating our post-conference trips, focusing only on Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s active research facility Powdermill Nature Reserve and Frank Lloyd Wright’s residential masterpiece, Fallingwater. PLEASE NOTE: We will not be going to Niagara Falls These visits will be part of the same trip, on Sunday October 29….

Conference Countdown – don’t forget to register!

We’re getting ever closer to the conference, and we can tell by the extensive speaker’s list that there are still a few folks who need to register. Now’s the time when it will be really helpful for us if those who intend to come to fill out the registration form and get on our list….

Isabelle Hayeur exhibition to see while at the 2017 conference

While you’re at the conference, we invite you to see an exhibition at the University of Pittsburgh, “A Part From Nature,” photographic works by Canadian artist, Isabelle Hayeur. It is displayed in the same gallery as “Shifting Ground: Landscapes from the UAG and Local Collections”. Both of these exhibitions resonate strongly with our topic of…

2017 Conference Schedule Now Available Online

The schedule for the 2017 meeting is now available on the conference website. It’s shaping up to be even better than anticipated, with 60 spoken presentations and posters, discussion panels and a wide variety of workshops. Getting here early? Join us for an informal pre-conference reception at the museum on the evening of Tuesday June…

2017 Call for Papers Extended

Want to present a paper at ICOM NATHIST 2017, but haven’t submitted an abstract? You’re in luck – the deadline to submit an abstract as been extended to May 31, 2017. Join museum professionals to explore manifestations of the Anthropocene in nature, art, and the humanities through keynote presentations, concurrent breakouts, and workshop sessions at…

Conference Website and Call for Papers

Carnegie Museum of Natural History has created a dedicated website for the 2017 conference. On the site, you will find: A call for papers with submission form Conference registration and prices Speaker information Details of special sessions, workshops and events Information about Pittsburgh’s sights and attractions Trips and tours Membership and sponsorship resources Please use…

2017 Conference Update

Preparations for the 2017 conference are coming along well. Our intention is to present with you with a few technical firsts for ICOM NATHIST, including a conference micro-site (which will link from our conference page), online registration and updates, booking forms for special events, a live calendar, and, of course, abstract submissions. We’re still working…

AAM: Getty International Program

AAM: Getty International Program The AAM-Getty International Program is a professional growth opportunity that provides financial support to non-U.S. museum professionals to attend the AAM Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo. The Review Committee reads applications and selects the most qualified applicants from a talented and diverse pool of museum colleagues.  Selected participants receive: Complimentary conference registration…

Call for Workshop and Session Topics, ICOM NATHIST 2017

ICOM NATHIST conferences frequently include workshops on special topics and sessions of spoken papers. These have been very successful in providing the opportunity for special interest groups to spend time on a particular topic. One such special session resulted in our upcoming book The Future of Natural History Museums and every year the Wildlife Trafficking…