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2016 International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums
Now in their tenth year, the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums' conferences represent the world's largest and most significant gatherings of people dedicated to sustaining and advancing indigenous cultures. With a reputation for providing the very best in programming, as well as serving as an essential forum for the advancement of issues important to archives, libraries, museums, language programs, and historical preservation offices, ATALM conferences attract capacity audiences each year.
- Submit a session proposal (Due by February 1, 2016).
- Apply for a conference scholarship. (Due by April 15, 2016).
- Registration opens on May 18th for members and June 1st for the general public. Registration is $275 for members and $300 for non-members until August 1, the end of Early Bird registration. Registration includes four meals and refreshments. Note that registration fills up quickly and is generally sold out two months in advance of the conference.
- Reserve a discounted room in the ATALM block at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort and Spa.
- Plan your visit to the Gila River Indian Community/Phoenix, AZ.
- Learn about the National Planning Council.
- Become a Founding Member of the Guardians group
and receive priority registration notice, along with other valuable benefits.
- Sign up to be a conference volunteer.
- Contribute to the 2016 Scholarship and Programming Fund..
Check back often for updated information on the 2016 Conference!