VCAM News Winter 2018-2019

The Winter 2018-19 VCAM Newsletter is now available. This issue contains articles submitted by members and information about the 2018 VCAM Conference. Please enjoy our latest VCAM Newsletter by clicking VCAM News.

VCAM Newsletter graphic -Winter 2018-19Here is a sample of what’s inside VCAM News Winter 2018-19:

  • The 2018 VCAM Conference program…
    kicked off on Tuesday morning, September 25th and ended Wednesday afternoon, September 26th. First on the agenda for Tuesday morning was the well-known and entertaining keynote speaker,

    Richard Evans, President of EmcArts, followed that afternoon by four presentations on Enhancing Volunteerism…

  • Letter from the VCAM President… Peter Milne
    My thanks go to the past chairs of VCAM Conferences: Judy Knowles, Kay Duncan and Lois Lessor led the Conference in 2000. Between 2003 – 2018 Conference chairs were Fran Hogg, and Jo Breyfogle, Pat Hanson Thomson, and Susan Mooradian, Pam Woodward, and Sharon Milens, Linda McGinty, Kate Stenson, Sabrina Inkley, Christy Bittenbender and in finally Mary Ann Peppiatt and Tina Stoneburner.

    Now I can say having “walked in your shoes”…

  • DIA Volunteers in the Community
    May 12, 2018 Rededication of Spirit of Detroit: Around twenty volunteers from the DIA Volunteer Council assisted in the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum Staff and volunteers for their rededication of “The Spirit of Detroit.” A fundraiser held in honor of the 60th anniversary of the dedication of the sculpture…
  • VCAM Detroit 2018 Photos
    View five pages of photos from the VCAM Detroit 2018 Conference.
  • An Evening Honoring Valerie Kazamias
    The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art celebrated Valerie Kazamias and her ongoing commitment to MMoCA. Since 1968, Valerie has been a devoted volunteer, generous patron, inspiring hilanthropist, and exceptional fundraiser. For 50 years, she has worked to…
  • The Twenty-third VCAM Conference is over,
    and now I would like to recognize the DIA its staff and volunteers for their efforts in making this conference happen. Especially DIA Volunteer Director, Philip Rivera and staff advisor Crysta Zgorski…
  • The DIA Volunteer Conference Roster
  • Thank you to all that contributed in making the Conference enrichments special memories
    Salvador Salort-Pons, director, president and CEO. Thank you for sharing your vision for the DIA with the Volunteer Committees of Art Museums Conference attendees. The Museum, its staff and volunteers were perfect hosts for the three days of conference…
  • Remembering Past Presidents and Conference Chairs

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