Museums Association of the Caribbean

Upcoming Conference

The next Museums Association of the Caribbean Annual General Meeting & Conference will be:

"Beyond Boundaries: Transcending Geographies, Disciplines, and Identities" 

The 28th MAC AGM

Taking place 23-26 October 2017

At the Newport Beachside Resort, Miami, FL, USA

The conference is organized in collaboration with the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture and the Association of African American Museums

Travel fellowships are available, the extended deadline for fellowship applications is May 14th 2017.  

Hotel registrations are open. Conference registration will be available soon. 

The call for papers has been closed.

Please read the press release announcing the conference and the collaboration between MAC, NMAAHC & AAAM. 


Previous Conferences 
MAC AGM 2016
The Essential Museum: Redefining the Role of the Cultural and Heritage Sector for 21st Century Audiences”  
Held 9-11 October 2016.
Hosted by the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands.
The final programme of the conference can be viewed here.
MAC AGM 2015 
Museums' Sustainability through Youth Engagement”  
Held 19-21 October 2015.
Hosted by the Le Pavillon Royal Museum, Saint Lucia National Trust and Saint Lucia Archaeological Society.
The second circular of the conference can be viewed here.
Museum Education Workshop 2015
Museum Education and Professional Development Workshop”  
Held 17-19 June 2015.
Organized by the Commonwealth Association of Museums, ICOM Barbados, ICOM/ICTOP and MAC.
Hosted by the Barbados Museum & Historical Society, Museum of Parliament and Nidhe Israel Museum.
MAC AGM 2014
Innovation, Research & Education: The Future of Caribbean Museums”  
Held 16-19 November 2014.
Hosted at the University of the West Indies Mona Campus.
The final programme of the conference can be viewed here.
MAC AGM 2013 
Pooling our Resources: Collaborations, Connections & Partnerships”  
Held 27-31 October 2013.
Hosted by the Museum of Belize & Houses of Culture and the National Institute of Culture & History.