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governance of Ontario municipal museums as educational institutions

Phaedra J. Livingstone

governance of Ontario municipal museums as educational institutions

an exploration of contemporary issues

by Phaedra J. Livingstone

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Published by P.J. Livingstone in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Museums -- Educational aspects -- Ontario

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPhaedra J. Livingstone.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination101 leaves :
    Number of Pages101
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19600327M

    The OMMC is an umbrella organization for Canadian museums whose major purpose is the preservation and display of military artifacts, as well as for all other interested institutions and individuals. The OMMC is a federally incorporated, not-for-profit on: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.   How Municipal Government Works. 10/12/ , represents the first comprehensive overhaul of Ontario’s municipal legislation in years and is the cornerstone of a new, stronger provincial-municipal relationship. Effective January 1,

    - Looking to get inspired on your trip to Ontario? Immerse yourself into world-class art, exciting history, and mind-bending science. Check out the best museums in Ontario to visit in Book effortlessly online with Tripadvisor! The book, Ontario The Gem of the Foothills by Michael L. Rounds, traces Ontario history from the Native American era to the present day. Many historic images from the museum’s collections are published here for the first time. This interpretive history about our community is for sale in the museum store.

    Art museums provide a classic example of organizations operating with multiple objectives. On the one hand, many American museums take as their central function the education of the populace. At the same time, there is a long tradition in museum management of . From the early years through to postsecondary, children and students can get the skills and knowledge they need to reach their full potential.


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Governance of Ontario municipal museums as educational institutions by Phaedra J. Livingstone Download PDF EPUB FB2

MUSEUM NOTE. GOVERNANCE: Municipal Museums. Municipally operated museums are participants in the larger municipal task of improving the lives of local citizens.

Understanding this can either lead to a crisis of identity for an institution, its staff and. Ontario’s museums, art galleries and other cultural or educational institutions often borrow international works of art and cultural objects for temporary exhibitions.

Borrowing institutions may make an application to this ministry to protect the works from potential seizure by court order by others claiming to own the works.

Guide to Good Municipal Governance is written specifically to help councils and staff in their challenging task of governing Canada’s municipalities. This completely revised Second Edition provides updated references, with expanded and more recent examples of good governance initiatives.

Or why museum governance matters. By definition (Canadian Museums Association) museums are not-for-profit institutions created in the public interest. While museums have operational functions that differ from other not-for-profit organizations, they still operate within the same legal, ethical and business frameworks.

Ontario Museum Association Council 19/ Paul’s currently leads the curatorial team interpreting community history at Kingston’s two municipal museums and historic City Hall. Paul seeks to build stronger working connections between museums and governments that help all institutions to meet their mandates and the needs of our.

The Board is the highest level of decision-making and legal authority in a museum. By law, it is ultimately accountable for, and has authority over, the museum’s resources and activities. The Board articulates and communicates the museum’s vision and defines the parameters within which the museum carries out its the WDM, the Board of Directors has chosen to operate under a policy.

Education Governance in Canada: Trends and Significance Claude Lessard, Professor Faculty of Education, Université de Montréal of ministries of education and related government education units, provincial professional government, municipal and community organizations in order to maximize the integration in theFile Size: KB.

um workers responsible for any aspect of museum operation, management or governance, and by extension, museums as institutions, which consist of individuals acting in a corporate manner. Some groups, such as trustees and chief executive officers, have special or additional responsibilities, and these are noted in specific sections A.

2 PurposeFile Size: KB. Arts and culture. Learn more about the live performances, cultural institutions and creative grants the province has to offer. Learn about programs, services and funding for Ontario's creative industries: book and magazine publishing, film and television, interactive digital media and music.

The Government of Ontario includes ministries. Museums and galleries Museums enable us to discover our diverse heritage and help us to know who we are and what brings us together.

Visit one of Canada’s national museums or galleries in person or through virtual exhibits. Trends in Leadership and Governance at the Municipal Level: The Ottawa Heritage and Museum Scene after Five Years of the Museum Sustainability Plan strong partnerships with the City have allowed the local heritage sector to emerge out of the shadows of the national institutions in the capital, and to begin to experiment with new forms of.

Ontario’s approximately museums, historic sites and related institutions play an invaluable and essential role in the province. Collectively they comprise the core of the social, cultural, economic, and institutional memory of Ontario, and play a key role in collecting, preserving and interpreting that heritage within the context of our 21st century information society.

Museums are an important part of the fabric of our country. Canadas counts more than 2, museums, public art galleries and related heritage institutions, the stewards to our national heritage who preserve our collective memory.

Museums employ more t people and over ,File Size: KB. Guidelines: Roles and Responsibilities of Museum Boards of Trustees Approved by Canadian Museums Association Canadian Art Museum Directors Organization Introduction Museum boards are facing increased concern about accountability.

Some face changes in governance within non-profit organizations and municipalities. Exceptions for Educational Institutions, Libraries, Archives and Museums Regulations.

SOR/ COPYRIGHT ACT. Registration Exceptions for Educational Institutions, Libraries, Archives and Museums Regulations. P.C. Read these Application Guidelines in their entirety before completing your application. All phases of a travelling exhibition project (production, promotion, circulation, etc.) must be included in the same funding application.

The Museums Assistance Program (MAP) encourages applicants to accomplish all phases within two calendar years. Exceptions for Educational Institutions, Libraries, Archives and Museums Regulations. SOR/ COPYRIGHT ACT.

Registration Exceptions for Educational Institutions, Libraries, Archives and Museums Regulations. P.C. PILTS. Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) are a set amount of funding paid for by hospitals, universities and colleges located in the municipality to compensate for municipal services.

The Assessment Act requires all real property in Ontario to be subject to assessment and taxation. However, land owned by the federal or provincial government, public education institutions, and public hospitals.

Ontario History on the Go is an educational local history program about the founding and early history of the City of Ontario from the substantial to the early substantial. History comes alive in your classroom through a Museum educator or docent's interpretation of hands-on teaching materials including historic photographs, artifacts, and games.

The Museum Associates was established in as an offshoot of the original Friends of the Museum. For the last 20 years, the Museum Associates have actively supported the Ontario Museum of History & Art's education programs and community events.

PDF Full Document: Exceptions for Educational Institutions, Libraries, Archives and Museums Regulations [ KB] Regulations are current to and last amended on Previous Versions.Museums, Peace, Democracy and Governance in the 21st Century – Post Conference Workshop 1 A properly articulated museum education programme will become an essential component in the overall educational system of society.

Educational visits to the understood that the museum is a veritable institution in the learning process that should File Size: 79KB.The report of a commission established to study and clarify the role of museums in American society is presented. The commission singled out seven conditions in museums that need to be approached with fresh insight.

Specific recommendations for dealing with these conditions are made and discussed in detail. First, pressing needs concerning the growth and care of museum collections must be.