Excellence in Programming

This award recognizes exemplary creativity and innovation in museum educational programming.  To be eligible, the program must have clearly articulated goals, be designed to achieve the goals with the intended audiences, have concrete evidence of success, have been presented three consecutive years, and reflect institutional commitment.  Programs that clearly address one or more of the principles outlined in the AAM’s policy statement on public education, Excellence and Practice, will be given special consideration. 

Nominations are due by February 10, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. Questions should be directed to Hassan Najjar at hnajjar@museumcenter.org. Nominated individuals and/or institutions must be individual and/or institutional members of the American Alliance of Museums. Award winners will be honored at the 2014 AAM Annual Meeting in Seattle. 

Where is the name of the institution where this program took place?
Program Contact *
Program Contact
Who is the appropriate contact for this program?
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Mailing Address
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What steps did you take to plan this program? Include examples such as advisory committee, scholarly research, front-end/formative evaluations, etc.
How was your program implemented? Include information on audience, staff, resources, etc.
What was the ultimate outcome of your program? Were goals met? Include information on audience response, community/partner relationships, and a summary evaluation.
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Nominees may provide up to two (2) images that illustrate this program. Email these images as an attachment to hnajjar@museumcenter.org with EDCOM PROG in the subject line.