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Museums at the Nexus of Crisis: The Confederate Emblem as Case Study
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Museums at the Nexus of Crisis: The Confederate Emblem as Case Study

Staff from the American Civil War Museum will speak on managing crisis and sensitive issues using the topic of the Confederate emblem/flag as a case study.

11/16/2015
When: November 16, 2015
10:00am to 3:00pm with check-in starting at 9:30am
Where: The American Civil War Museum
159 Horseshoe Road
Appomattox, Virginia  24522
United States
Presenter: Staff of American Civil War Museum
Contact: Christina E. Newton, Assistant Director
804-358-3170


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MUSEUMS AT THE NEXUS OF CRISIS


Monday, November 16, 2015
The American Civil War Museum
Appomattox, Virginia

Join VAM for a fascinating discussion focused on current events and the topic of the Confederate flag and emblem as a case study for managing crisis and sensitive issues. We are fortunate to have staff from operations, marketing, collections, and leadership departments of the American Civil War Museum sharing their perspectives, experiences, and advice. 

Speakers:

Staff of the American Civil War Museum, including:

Christy Coleman, Co-CEO
Waite Rawls, Co-CEO
Patrick Saylor, Director, Marketing Communications
John Coski, Historian
Bob Sayre, Interim Retail and Visitor Services Director

 

 

VAM Certificate in Museum Management Credit: Internal Affairs OR External Affairs

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