This fact was stated in the AAMD
Classification Manual cited in
Roth said he was glad to find the classes offered by the AAMD
, which later became the ACPE.
member of AAMD
, decided to sell paintings from its collection to raise
81) Dan Monroe, Chair of the AAMD
Subcommittee which authored the new Report, suggested that "[w]ith the adoption of these Guidelines, [the AAMD
] look[s] forward to bypassing old debates that have divided the cultural community and entering into a new era of collaboration with archaeological and other organizations to devise new, effective ways to safeguard heritage resources worldwide.
91) Likewise, AAMD
recommended that museums require documented provenance for an object for the ten years prior to acquisition.
A museum can function successfully outside AAMD
or AAM membership, and their guidelines are not legally binding.
The college basketball-themed competition last spring included the work of its executive committee and all AAMD
leadership, working alongside AAMD
defines the term "idiot" as follows: "idiot-an obsolete term used centuries ago to describe all retarded persons and during the 19th and early 20th century to describe persons who would today be called profoundly or severely retarded.
This year, 178 AAMD
member museums across North America will celebrate Art Museum Day, marking the highest number of participating institutions yet.
The leadership of organizations like AAM and AAMD
is composed of museum professionals from their diverse member institutions.
(predecessor to ACPE) was organized in 1975 and reinvented as ACPE in 1982 to serve as a resource for the "lifelong growth and support of physician leaders.
For the AAMD
, in this context, a work of art is an antiquity).