March 4, 2020
CAM 2020 Conference
Join us in downtown Los Angeles in 2020 to explore the concept of 20/20 Vision. How do our actions and perspectives today shape the future? What can we learn from looking back? How can a clear and compelling vision shape a better tomorrow? Let’s explore how and why museums are the future.
Together will explore a variety of topics, such as self-care for museum professionals, equitable hiring practices, innovative partnerships, sustainable exhibit design and much more. Click the link above to check out the preliminary program for 20/20 Vision and start planning your conference experience now.
This year, Kathleen Brown will be moderating the session:
The Changing Landscape of Southern California Museums
Session / Introductory / Museum Operations
Thursday / 10:30AM—11:45AM
Location: Watercourt room
Moderator: Kathleen Brown, Chief Operating Officer, Lord Cultural Resources
Speakers: Cynthia Wornham, Senior Vice President, Strategic Engagement, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County; Ken Phillips, Curator for Aerospace Science, California Science Center; Todd Smith, Director and CEO, Orange County Museum of Art; Richard West, President and CEO, Autry Museum of the American West; Anthony Brown, CFO, Aquarium of the Pacific
Description: The Southern California museum “scene” is experiencing an evolution, with several new museums and large renovations with lofty goals. What is the vision for these expansions? How will these new and different experiences impact visitors? Come learn about some of these inspiring projects and share stories of the changing landscape where YOU are!