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Fuente: elaboracion propia a partir de Museums Australia Constituicao da Republica Federativa do Brasil Conselho Federal de Museologia, Canadian Museums Association, Finnish Museums Association, ICOM Italia, The Heritage Council, South African Museums Association, ICOM Espana, United Kingdom's Museum Association, American Association of Museums, UNESCO y la World Fderation of Friends of Museums.
(35) American Association of Museums, Guidelines Concerning the Unlawful Appropriation of Objects During the Nazi Era (April 200 I), http://www.aam- ethics/upload/ethicsguidelines_naziera.pdf.
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And she joined the American Association of Museums, offered to use vacation time to attend its meetings, and when she changed jobs in 2008, she secured her new employer's commitment to pay her dues.
Likewise, the Brooklyn Museum won a 2008 American Association of Museums Media and Technology Committee Silver Muse Award for developing Artshare, a social network application.
Now welcoming more than a million visitors a year, it's the only attraction accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the American Association of Museums as a zoo, an aquarium and a botanical garden all rolled up in one.
Higher ed officials may tend to view their campus cultural facilities as peripheral to their core mission, according to Ford Bell, president of the American Association of Museums. Out of the some 3,000 AAM institutional members, there are 353 members with a college or university as a parent.
THE UNITED STATES GOVERNment wants to enlist members of the art community to help win "hearts and minds." This fall, the American Association of Museums will award almost $700,000--half of it from the State Department--to American grant applicants for overseas artistic outreach projects.
Accredited by the American Association of Museums, The Tenement is a designated historic site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, an affiliated area of the National Park Service and a member of the National Parks of New York Harbor.
One of the key themes of the American Association of Museums conference in Boston in 2006 (and of the book Whose Muse?) was that museums are risking the public's trust in them.
However, there is little research as to how diverse audiences utilize museums as family learning experiences; instead we have only anecdotal indication that these facilities are indeed under-utilized by diverse populations (American Association of Museums, 1992).
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