2020 Rocky Mount NCMC Conference Administrator
NCMC is seeking a detail oriented individual to be our conference administrator during the NCMC conference in Rocky Mount on March 29 & 30, 2020. Duties will begin in January 2020 and end in March 2020. Please CLICK HERE for more information and how to submit an application.
Hurricane Preparedness & Response Alert!
It is that time of year when North Carolina will have to brace itself for yet another dreaded Hurricane Season. Although the Atlantic Hurricane season officially began in June, the worst months for strong storms and flooding in North Carolina is between the end of August and beginning of November. After the past few years of multiple major hurricanes, we hope you are all ready with an updated Disaster Plan for your home and museum.
NCMC has pulled together the attached list of North Carolina resources to help you prepare and recover from these major storms and their lingering effects. We will try to keep this list as up to date as possible during this hurricane season. If there are any more resources we should add, please email them to Christian Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are in the projected area of impact for any of our current or projected storms, please take measures to be safe, and take reasonable steps to protect your art, artifacts, buildings, and exhibits. Best of luck!
The North Carolina Museums Council is currently planning its annual conference, which will be held in Rocky Mount, North Carolina March 29-30, 2020. This year, the NCMC conference will offer sessions that address the theme: "Small Town, Big Impact." The deadline for submissions is Friday, November 15th, 2019.
NEW NCMC SITE IN PROCESS
NCMC is creating a new site to better serve you - our members and the public. Please bear with us as we do so.