Advanced Registration for the ATALM2024 Conference is now open HERE.

Exhibit at the Conference

The International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums is the most recognized and comprehensive conference for people dedicated to advancing and sustaining Indigenous heritage. For Exhibitors whose offerings align with the needs of tribal cultural institutions, exhibiting at ATALM is an opportunity to become part of a meaningful movement toward preserving and enriching Indigenous cultures. 


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  • Receive the ATALM Seal of Approval: ATALM carefully selects exhibitors through a thorough vetting process. This ensures that only Exhibitors whose products and services are directly relevant to the needs and interests of Native cultural institutions are allowed to exhibit. The vetting process looks at various factors including cultural sensitivity, relevance, and impact of the products offered.
  • Access a Niche Market: ATALM conferences provide Exhibitors with direct access to a specialized market that is difficult to reach through other channels. Attendees often have specific needs that are different from those of general cultural institutions, thereby offering Exhibitors a unique business opportunity. 
  • Establish Credibility and Trust: By participating in an esteemed event like ATALM, Exhibitors can build credibility and trust within the tribal community. Demonstrating understanding and respect for tribal cultures and the specific challenges these institutions face can help Exhibitors establish long-term relationships. 
  • Participate in Quality Interactions: The number of exhibitor spots is intentionally limited to keep the conference focused and to allow for more meaningful interactions between exhibitors and attendees. This limitation enhances the value of each exhibitor’s presence and prevents the event from becoming overly commercial. 
  • Network with Decision Makers: Attendees are thought leaders, influencers, and decision-makers in the field of tribal cultural preservation. Networking with these individuals can open doors to new collaborations, partnerships, and projects. 
  • Expand Visibility: Exhibiting at ATALM enhances an Exhibitor’s visibility within a community that highly values trust and proven dedication to cultural preservation. This visibility can translate into brand recognition and loyalty, which are crucial for success in niche markets. 
  • Support Cultural Sustainability: By participating in ATALM, Exhibitors not only promote their products but also contribute to the broader goal of preserving and promoting Indigenous culture. This alignment with cultural and educational missions can enhance an Exhibitor’s image as a socially responsible business. 
  • Achieve a Competitive Advantage: Being present at a venue that is key for tribal cultural institutions provides a competitive edge, establishing a presence in the market before competitors might recognize its potential.  
  • Enjoy Quality Time with Attendees: The ATALM2024 Exhibit Hall features high-level activities to drive attendees into the area, including a beverage station, refreshment breaks, raffle drawings, and programming. 
  • Maximize your Marketing Dollars: ATALM keeps its Exhibitor fees far below the standard market rates with non-profit rates starting at $600 and commercial rates starting at $750. 


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  • Conference Colors: Teal, Black, and White 
  • Carpet: Exhibit Hall is carpeted (color brown) 
  • Booth Size: 8 ft x 10 ft (80 square feet) 
  • Pipe and drape (Oasis 3 exhibit hall only) 
  • One 6 ft x 3 ft Skirted Table 
  • 2 chairs 
  • ID Sign: 7 inches x 44 inches 
  • Wastebasket 


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An 8 x 10 ft. booth is $750. Non-profits receive a $150 discount. Exhibitors receive: 

  • Two exhibitor passes are provided for each booth.  Exhibitor passes do not include conference registration or meals. 
  • Exhibitors may purchase discounted registration that includes two breakfasts and two luncheons for $200 a person (maximum of two).  
  • Booth assignments are made on a first come/first served basis. Booth assignments are not confirmed until full payment is received. 
  • To receive additional benefits and discounts, consider becoming an Affiliated Organization or Corporate Member. More information is available HERE.


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ATALM is unable to offer refunds, returns, or exchanges on any exhibit hall registrations.  


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The ATALM2024 Conference is in the beautiful city of Palm Springs, providing a wide variety of restaurants and entertainment within walking distance of the conference center. More information on Palm Springs Attractions is available HERE.

Palm Springs Convention Center, Oasis Ballroom 3  
277 N Avenida Caballeros 
Palm Springs, CA 92262 

Registration, meal functions, exhibit booths, and meeting rooms are in the Convention Center. Other meeting rooms and special events are in the Renaissance Conference Center.


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106 Group

106 Group is a woman-owned, nationally recognized consulting company. We provide services in cultural heritage planning, cultural resource management, and interpretation and exhibit design. 106 Group collaborates with Indigenous communities across North American around cultural resource preservation, interpretation, and heritage tourism. Whether working with tribal leaders, tribal historic preservation officers, artists, Elders, or other knowledge keepers, we have developed lasting relationships built on trust and respect.

ArchivesSpace | CollectionSpace

ArchivesSpace is the next-generation web-based archives information management system. ArchivesSpace is an open source, web application for managing archives information. CollectionSpace is a free, open-source collections management application. CollectionSpace is designed to be configurable to each organization’s needs, serving as a gateway to digital and physical assets across an institution.  

Asgaard Systems

Asgaard Systems provides conservation storage and display solutions to the museum and heritage sector. We’ve partnered with select domestic and international manufacturers to offer an unparalleled portfolio of products. From Artifact Storage and Archival Drawer Modules to Art Collection and Portrait Storage Systems – we are well suited to address your needs and exceed expectations.

Atlas Systems, Inc

Atlas Systems partners with libraries, archives, museums, and information repositories of all kinds to facilitate and promote collection visibility and access. Together we create solutions and services that support efficient workflows allowing information professionals to spend more time focusing on the needs of their users. 

Balboa Art Conservation Center

For more than 45 years, BACC has been fulfilling its mission as a nonprofit art conservation and cultural preservation organization to provide conservation and preservation services for works of art, cultural objects, and historic artifacts. Its highly trained conservators offer a rigorous and scientific approach to the preservation, examination, and treatment of cultural heritage objects. As a nonprofit organization, BACC is committed to benefiting the public good by supporting training and education opportunities and partnering with stewards of community cultural collections.  BACC is expanding access to the field of conservation to historically underrepresented communities by growing the existing knowledge base to include culturally conscious and responsive methods of conservation and preservation. 

Bernstein & Associates, NAGPRA Consultants

We envision the possibilities, effectively organize ideas into actions, and follow through to project completion with sensitivity and commitment. Our NAGPRA services Include needs assessment and strategic planning; training; grant writing; consultation planning, facilitation, and documentation; Summary, Inventory, and Repatriation Provision compliance facilitation; Discovery Provision compliance support; collection documentation in support of NAGPRA compliance; and non-invasive osteological examination by our in-house osteologist. 

Bodwé Professional Services Group

Bodwé is the Professional Services Group of Mno-Bmadsen, the investment enterprise and a wholly owned instrumentality of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi. We are architects, planners, consultants, designers, engineers, scientists, and federal contractors, committed to growing the economy and legacy of the Pokagon Band and supporting its more than 6,000 citizens. We enhance space and place in partnership with clients that span the country and business sectors, offering full-service architecture and engineering services as well as contract support services for federal agencies. We design and build, preserve and restore, mitigate and manage, serve and problem solve. 


Founded in 1990, BPI is a multi-disciplinary media production company that specializes in creative media design, digital interactive design and production, linear film production, social media application development, and AV hardware design services. We develop effective and engaging immersive 4D multi-screen theaters, short and long-form documentaries, and digital interactives, from simple single-user touch screens to complex multiplayer multi-touch. BPI designs and produces award-winning immersive multimedia installations for museums, visitor centers, and special venues. We have worked on tribal projects across the country. 

California Indian Culture & Sovereignty Center

Founded in May 2009, and our physical space was formally inaugurated on November 17, 2011, the California Indian Culture and Sovereignty Center represents an innovative institution within the state of California. Its central mission revolves around addressing the unique needs of American Indian students by engaging in original research and preserving the rich cultural heritage and languages of tribal communities. The CICSC fosters collaborative research and community service relationships between the faculty, staff, and students of CSU San Marcos and members of Tribal communities, for the purpose of developing and conducting research projects that support the maintenance of sovereignty and culture within those communities.

California Indian Education For All

California Indian Education for All (CIEFA) is a nonprofit that exists to help teachers and schools educate children and youth about the diverse histories, cultures and contributions of California Native peoples. CIEFA’s goals are to create culturally responsive resources that improve representations and classroom climates for teaching and learning about California’s first people. Our mission is to help teachers and schools educate children and youth about the diverse histories, cultures and contributions of California Native peoples. Our goal is to create culturally responsive resources that improve representations and classroom climates for teaching and learning about California’s first people.

Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center

The Carlisle Indian Industrial School was the first federally managed, off-reservation boarding school for Native American children and young adults. The Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center represents an effort to aid the research process of Carlisle descendants and scholars by bringing together, in digital format, a variety of materials that are physically preserved in various locations around the country. Through this online resource, we seek to increase knowledge and understanding of the school and its complex legacy, while also facilitating efforts to tell the stories of the nearly 7,800 students who were sent there between 1879 and 1918. 


CatalogIt is an application for documenting the Story of Things. As a comprehensive, secure, and modern collections management platform, CatalogIt empowers you to discover these interconnected stories, record them in detail, and present them in an accessible, inspiring format. CatalogIt, a cloud-based system, reduces costs and empowers staff/volunteers to collaborate simultaneously- securely viewing and editing records anywhere, anytime from mobile or desktop. With CatalogIt, document your items’ histories, condition, and conservation, and generate QR codes to enable access and increase engagement. 

Click Netherfield, Inc.

We are Click Netherfield, global museum showcase experts with over 50 years experience working with institutions and communities from Royal Families and National Institutions, to Independent Galleries and Private Collectors. With roots in Scottish soil, and North American operations based in New Jersey, we are extraordinarily proud to have the distinct honor in working with the Native Community, including significant projects such as Choctaw Museum, Wanapum Heritage Center, Ziibiwing Center, Arctic Studies Center, Huhugam Heritage Center, the Heard Museum and First Americans Museum. We are Click Netherfield; let us showcase your vision. 

Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR)

The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) is an independent, nonprofit organization that supports the works of libraries, archives, museums, and other cultural institutions through promotion, publication, and programs. Stop by the CLIR booth to meet staff and learn about our current digitization grant programs, fellowship opportunities, and other exciting projects on the horizon. 

Craft Emergency Relief Fund (CERF+)

The Craft Emergency Relief Fund (CERF+) is a nonprofit service organization that provides disaster readiness education, resources and funding for preparedness measures for craft artists looking to safeguard their practice. We also provide emergency and disaster relief for craft artists who experience a disruption in their practice affecting their livelihood. Come by to learn more about services and resources to support your craft practice. 

Crystalizations Systems, Inc.

Crystalizations Systems, Inc., (CSI) has proudly served the world’s leading museums, galleries, foundations and private collections as a strategic storage resource since our founding in 1976. We are fully committed to the innovative design, manufacturing, and custom installation of advanced, conservation-safe storage solutions that preserve our heritage for the education and appreciation of future generations

Dorfman Museum Figures

Dorfman Museum Figures features a broad line of artifact appropriate, inert Ethafoam Conservation s Forms for display and storage of historic costumes, clothing, and uniforms. Beyond our standard Forms we also build unique customized bodies in both archival, and non-archival materials. We also specialize in the creation of dynamic, life-sized Realistic Figures. 

DSGW Architecture

DSGW Architecture, specializing in both Architecture and Interior Design, was established in 1938 bringing a rich history and a wealth of experience to every project. For more than 40 years DSGW has worked on over 400 tribal projects, across 15 states, with over 40 Indigenous communities to plan, design, and build everything from museums to clinics to casinos. With a high regard for respect – DSGW pays attention to the details and goes the extra mile to understand the communities they serve. It is DSGW’s commitment to operate as advocates for intuitive environments that are healthy, impactful, culturally sensitive, and economically viable. 

Foundation for Advancement in Conservation

The Foundation for Advancement in Conservation offers free and low-cost programs to help you care for your collections. Visit us to learn about our Connecting to Collections Care webinars, Collections Assessment for Preservation program, and emergency preparedness and response resources. 

Full Circle Indigenous Planning + Design

Full Circle Indigenous Planning + Design is a 100% Native American-owned multidisciplinary architecture, planning, and design studio. We are committed to advancing efforts to build culturally rich, healthy, and thriving Indigenous communities through thoughtful, impactful, innovative, beautiful, functional, and culturally specific design solutions. At Full Circle, we believe architecture is a powerful expression of Native American cultural values and a critical component of sovereignty, cultural identity, and community resiliency. Full Circle has served numerous Indigenous communities and Tribal cultural institutions throughout Indian Country on a wide range of mixed-use, cultural, planning, residential, hospitality, landscape, educational, and community-oriented projects. A deep commitment to social equity, environmental justice, economic development, cultural revitalization, and Tribal community building is at the root of the projects we put our hearts into.

Gaylord Archival

Experience a revolution in exhibit design! The AXS™ Showcase System, exclusively from Gaylord Archival, features a patent-pending design that utilizes magnets to create secure and simple single-person access. This brilliantly simple conservation-grade solution ships and stores flat and can be custom-made to almost any size while still maintaining safe and secure access. 

Great Oak Press

In 2014, Pechanga established Great Oak Press in order to provide an avenue by which Native voices and topics of significance and importance to Native Americans could find their way into the contemporary discourse and become both a growing and permanent part of recorded knowledge. 

Hollinger Metal Edge, Inc.

Hollinger Metal Edge is the leading supplier of archival materials for museums, libraries, universities and government institutions. We offer a wide variety of products in our catalog but we also specialize in custom sizes to make sure you get what you need. 

Institute of Museum and Library Services

Come visit IMLS staff to get your grant questions answered or just say hello! 

JCJ Architecture

JCJ Architecture brings the longevity of an 80+ year history, the drive of an employee-owned organization, the expertise of a top-ranked firm, and the creativity of world class design talent to its projects. Having collaborated with 70+ Native communities, JCJ is recognized for its ability to listen, advocate, and tell stories through the built environment. The firm has completed a wide variety of cultural, educational, civic and economic development projects and clients include the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians, the Gila River Indian Community and many more. 

Kubik Maltbie

kubik maltbie has been producing extraordinary experiences for museums, visitor centers, and specialty projects throughout North America and internationally for over 60 years. We offer complete turn-key services for design/build museum projects, with meticulous attention to quality and detail. With a prestigious portfolio of over 400 projects completed worldwide, the expertise and technical knowledge of our team is unrivaled. Excelling at complex, multi-stakeholder projects requiring a multitude of specialist trade disciplines, we ensure a seamless project for our client, delivered on time and on budget. In addition to state-of-the-art fabrication technologies and materials, we have a broad and thorough understanding of integrating audio visual and lighting hardware, software, and show technologies. 

Mad Systems

Mad Systems is an award-winning technology design and integration company specializing in interactive exhibits for museums and visitor centers. Mad creates long-lasting and easy-to-maintain systems using the latest technology and non-proprietary equipment. We cover a full range of services from traditional AV systems to the advanced QuickSilver® system. 

Malki Museum, Inc.

Malki Museum was founded in 1964 by Jane Penn and Katherine Siva Saubel. It is located on the Morongo Band of Mission Indians Reservation in Banning,  CA. The first Malki Museum was created in Jane Penn’s home where her family heirlooms were displayed. In the 1970’s the current museum was built using hand made Adobe brick. This project was a community effort with many volunteers from the surrounding tribes helping to make the building. This building now houses historical and cultural exhibits and a book store which sells our Malki-Ballena Press publications and other titles. Malki-Ballena press is a growing academic publishing company that works to publish reliable information about the history, culture, and language of southern California native tribes. For many years it has published great works that are accessible to scholars and the general public. Malki Museum Press has published the Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology since 1979. This bi-annual journal features articles from all four areas of anthropology including: Linguistic, Biological, Cultural/Ethnographic, and Archaeological. 

Midwest Art Conservation Center

The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) is a nonprofit organization for the preservation and conservation of art and artifacts, providing treatment, education, and training for museums, historical societies, libraries, archives, government entities, other cultural institutions, artists, and the public. 

Myriad Consultants

Myriad is a nonprofit consulting firm that specializes in collections preservation and planning for small to mid-sized cultural organizations. From project planning to organizational strategy and facilitation, it’s our mission to bring you practical plans and solutions to help you transform the way you share, manage and preserve your collections and the stories they represent.

National Museum of the American Indian, Office of Publications

The publishing program of the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) seeks to augment awareness of Native American beliefs and lifeways, and to educate the public about the history and significance of Native cultures. The museum’s publications have been distinguished by their successful synthesis of Native perspectives, first-rate scholarship, and compelling design. To learn more about our books, recordings, DVDs, and specialty print products, visit us online.  

National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition

The National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition (NABS) is committed to the transformative potential of education, advocacy, and healing initiatives in response to an era characterized by child removal and cultural genocide. In addition to programs designed to support community-led healing and build awareness, NABS will be on-site to review the use of its boarding school records platform: the National Indian Boarding School Digital Archives (NIBSDA). As an imperative to casting light upon this history, NIBSDA was conceptualized to serve as a national authoritative digital repository for boarding school archival collections throughout the United States. 

Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC)

Established in 1973, the Northeast Document Conservation Center is a non-profit organization with expertise in conserving book, photograph, and paper collections, digital imaging, audio reformatting, preservation training, assessments, and consultations. Notably, NEDCC’s “Ready – Or Not” Cultural Heritage Disaster Preparedness Project, funded by the California State Library, conducts free emergency preparedness assessments for California-based organizations responsible for cultural and historic resources, such as archives, libraries, museums, and tribal nations. 


Spreading Artifactual Knowledge for the Future by Creatively Preserving Our Past. Octavaye provides preservation design services in the form of Custom Preservation Enclosures. The materials are specifically selected to enhance the beauty and character of each artifact. All creations are designed to preserve and highlight the artifact for its specific needs within a collection. 

Ogoki Learning Inc.

Join us at the Ogoki Learning Inc. booth to discover the power of technology in language preservation. Founded on the mission to revitalize and preserve ancestral languages, Ogoki is an Indigenous-owned leader in language app development. Learn how we empower tribes worldwide to maintain and develop their own language apps. With over 280 language apps created, Ogoki is dedicated to reversing language loss and fostering cultural heritage. Explore how modern technology can bring your language revitalization projects to life. Meet our team, see live demonstrations of our apps, and find out how you can make a difference in preserving your language for future generations.. 

Open Law Library

Open Law Library is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to enabling governments to publish laws, codes, legal interpretations, and any other legal document directly to the public, without relying on for-profit publishers. The Open Law Platform facilitates the drafting, collaboration, and publication of legal documents in high-quality computer- and human-readable formats. Partners retain data ownership, allowing them perpetual free access without copyright restrictions. Furthermore, it adheres to UELMA standards, guaranteeing legal material authentication, preservation (in electronic or print form), and permanent public accessibility. With Tribal Nations, Open Law Library has built relationships to publish Tribal Council & Court documents and enhance sovereignty for all Tribal Nations. 

Peabody Museum of Archeology and Ethnology at Harvard University

The Peabody Museum will share resources related to the Native North American collections at Harvard University and information about repatriation at the Peabody. We seek to increase transparency for Tribal Nations and Indigenous communities, support connections to cultural resources located at Harvard, and facilitate—with care and respect—repatriations and returns. Visit our booth to meet museum staff and learn more about ways to engage, possibilities for collaboration, how to begin consultation, or start a dialogue on how we can support your cultural initiatives. We hope to be a resource but are also here to listen and connect. 

Recollect CMS

Recollect makes it easy. Recollect’s industry-leading Collection Management System ensures you have the tools you need to manage your digital collection and engage your community. Collection management systems are powerful tools for archivists, librarians, and collection managers alike, but to take full advantage of these systems we understand that administrators cannot be restricted by time consuming, complex managerial tasks. Painless collection management is a core value of the Recollect platform, leading to our talented developers implementing an array of features to remove the complexity and stress from collection administration. New features are constantly implemented into the Recollect platform, along with consistently enhanced existing functionality, to ensure the Recollect Collection Management System remains an industry leader.

Re:Discovery Software, Inc.

Re:discovery Software, Inc. is the leading independent provider of professional grade, feature rich collections management software for art museums, archives, libraries, archaeological collections, historical museums, and historical societies, both nationally and globally.

Riggs Ward Design

Riggs Ward Design (RWD) is an award-winning design and media development studio located in Richmond, Virginia. Over the past 26 years, our team has provided exhibition and interactive design, strategic master planning, research, content analysis, and storyline development for established, new, and emerging museums, visitor centers, and cultural institutions.


RLMG is an acclaimed digital design studio specializing in story-driven, immersive, and educational media installations for public spaces. People are at the heart of everything we make. Our past work with tribes includes the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Cultural Center, as well as consultation with dozens of tribal nations for various projects in Idaho, Montana, and  at the Smithsonian.  We start each project with a deep respect for every voice and a commitment to a collaborative process. Thank you for visiting our booth at the ATALM Conference. 

San Jose State University – School of Information

Take your career to the next level by enrolling in the San José State University School of Information’s 100% online programs. All courses are conducted in our interactive, award-winning online learning environment, so you can learn whenever and wherever works best for you! Best of all, you get to engage with expert faculty and a dynamic community of library professionals from around the world. Featured Programs include: ALA-accredited Master of Library and Information Science; Advanced Certificate in Digital Assets and Services; Post-Master’s Certificate in Library and Information Science. We also offer free webinars on a host of topics, including EDI, career development and leadership. Discover what Silicon Valley’s School of Information can do for your career and personal growth.

School for Advanced Research

The School for Advanced Research advances understanding of humanity through a unique alchemy of creative practice and scholarly research in Native American arts, anthropology, and related disciplines. A division of SAR, the Indian Arts Research Center, houses a collection of over 12,000 items of Native Southwest art and history and supports the past, present, and future of Native arts through its many initiatives, including its artist fellowship and museum internship programs. 

SCTCA dba Tribal Print Source

The Southern California Tribal Chairmen’s Association (SCTCA) is a multi-service non-profit corporation established in 1972 for a consortium of 25 federally recognized Indian tribes in Southern California. Tribal Print Source provides high quality professional printing, design, and mailing services to customers nationwide, while generating job training opportunities and income for tribal communities. All proceeds of Tribal Print Source help support our Native communities. 

Setting Sun Institute

The Setting Sun Institute is an Indigenous-led Think Tank that transforms the intersections of social and environmental change through research and stories grounded in Indigenous wisdom. Through applying these stories, convening strategic partners, and uniting a broad network of advocates, we advance Indigenous perspectives in public life, for the benefit and education of all. We are eager to share with you our Library Database, where the educator, the researcher, and the changemaker can find resources to support their work. The development of the Library Database, using the Mukurtu content management system, has been a deeply collaborative endeavor, with support and contributions from tribal communities in the Coast-Salish region.

Society of American Archivists

The Society of American Archivists is North America’s oldest and largest national professional association dedicated to the needs and interests of archives and archivists. SAA represents more than 6,200 professional archivists employed by governments, universities, businesses, libraries, and historical organizations nationally. All of the work undertaken by SAA on behalf of its members and archives users is guided by our vision, mission, and core values.

Society of Southwest Archivists

SA is a regional archival organization that serves over 500 archivists, special collections librarians, preservationists, conservators, records managers, tribal members, and others interested in the preservation of our documentary heritage. We wish to foster opportunities for education and training of archivists, records managers, community members, and custodians of private papers. The six states in our region are Arizona, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Texas, but our members come from every state and several countries. We invite you to attend our annual meeting, usually held in May. 

Spacesaver Corporation

For many, their local museum and library is the pathway to learning more about the history and culture of their community and – in some cases – their descendants. Spacesaver understands the mission of your spaces is to preserve and protect the artifacts and literature entrusted in your care. Our mission is to help you do this as efficiently and securely as possible. We support institutions of all sizes in their efforts to manage risk, boost community engagement, optimize space, and stretch limited budgets. 

Split Rock Studios

Split Rock Studios is a design/build firm specializing in the creation of exhibits for cultural and interpretive centers. 


Your supply source for all things archival storage, art conservation, and bookbinding.

The MediaPreserve

The MediaPreserve, a division of Preservation Technologies, provides high-quality reformatting services for audio, video and film. Using expertly-modified legacy equipment as well as current technologies, our staff of engineers, librarians, archivists and metadata specialists transfer and document your collection materials according to professional standards and best practices so that your AV assets remain accessible into the future..

The National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators

NAGARA supports over 1,900 government archivists & records managers. Our aim is to tackle pressing issues in government records management practically. As societal and economic shifts complicate our work, NAGARA equips members with tools &  knowledge to adapt. In the digital age, we guide professionals through the complexities of managing government archives, records, & information. 

The University of Alabama – School of Library and Information Studies

At the University of Alabama-School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS),  we are developing creative and critical thinkers to lead the way in the fields of library and information. Our award-winning faculty, world-renowned online program and MFA in Book Arts program have distinguished us as leaders in the field. Whether you are looking to study on campus or earn your degree online, we welcome you to the UA-SLIS network. Roll Tide! 

The University of Oklahoma – School of Library and Information Studies

The School of Library and Information Studies at OU was founded in 1929. Since this time, SLIS has continuously worked to provide excellence in education, preparing leaders for a diverse and changing society. SLIS programs are designed for both traditional students and for working adults, with online and on-campus options.

University Products, Inc.

University Products offers the industry’s most complete selection of museum quality products and archival materials. Ultimately, our customers are not institutions – our customers are people with widely ranging interests and skill sets but with the same basic mission: to
preserve what can’t be replaced, regardless of whether doing so benefits us personally, professionally, or even culturally. The last 50 years have been very good to University Products, and on behalf of the founding Magoon Family, our ownership, and our employees,
please accept our grateful and emphatic thank you for your support.

Woodstone, Inc.

Woodstone is one of the fastest-growing Native American-owned construction companies in the country. Services include pre-construction, construction management and design-build. We have worked with 45 separate Tribes across 16 states. The core focus of Woodstone has always been “building people, relationships and communities to create lasting legacies.”

Zone Display Cases

Zone Display Cases is a distinguished designer and manufacturer of exquisite museum-quality glass display cases. Headquartered in Canada, we are committed to delivering and installing our premier display cases throughout North America. Our unwavering dedication to exceptional customer service is evident in the fully customizable turnkey solutions we offer, which are tailored to meet even the most exacting conservation requirements and overcome intricate design and constructability obstacles. Our primary objective is to present, preserve, and protect your precious and delicate artifacts in an aesthetically pleasing and unobtrusive manner, reflecting our ultimate goal of preserving your legacy for generations to come. 

ZP Productions

ZP is a cinematic storytelling and media production company. We helped to produce over twenty multimedia installations in the brand new Agua Caliente Cultural Museum in Palm Springs. ZP works with nonprofits, museums, and other mission-driven organizations around the world to elevate voices that often go unheard and bring to life stories that are often left untold. 


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ATALM conferences attract a diverse group of participants primarily from tribal cultural institutions. Attendance ranges from 1,200 to 1,500, depending on the venue. Here are some key demographic aspects of ATALM conference attendees: 

  • Professional Background: Most attendees are professionals working directly in or with tribal archives, libraries, and museums. This includes archivists, librarians, museum curators, cultural preservation officers, language revitalization experts, and researchers. 
  • Geographical Representation: While the conference may predominantly feature attendees from the United States, specifically those from Native American tribal communities, it often includes international participants from indigenous communities around the world, particularly from countries like Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. 
  • Tribal Affiliation: Attendees usually represent a wide range of tribes and indigenous groups, offering a rich mix of cultural backgrounds and experiences. Typically, more than 365 tribal cultures are represented. 
  • Role and Influence: Many attendees are in decision-making positions within their institutions, such as directors, managers, officers, and others, which makes the conference a critical gathering for shaping the future of tribal cultural sustainability. 
  • Educational Levels: Attendees often hold advanced degrees in fields related to library science, museum studies, anthropology, history, or indigenous studies, reflecting a high level of academic and professional expertise. 
  • Age Range: The age range of attendees can be quite broad, from young professionals early in their careers to seasoned experts with decades of experience in the field. 
  • Purpose and Interests: Participants generally share a common goal of preserving and advancing indigenous culture, knowledge, and history. Their interests include finding the latest tools, technologies, and strategies for archive management, digital preservation, cultural education, and public outreach. 


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Conference Hotel

Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel (SOLD OUT) 
888 Tahquitz Canyon Way 
Palm Springs, CA 92262

The Renaissance Hotel is at capacity. To join the waiting list, use the form HERE or book at one of the overflow hotels.   

Overflow Hotels

Hilton Palm Springs 
400 East Tahquitz Canyon Way 
Palm Springs, CA 92262 

Marriott Courtyard Palm Springs 
1300 Tahquitz Canyon Way 
Palm Springs, CA 92262 


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All Conference Exhibitors receive the following promotional opportunities: 

  • Company name and hyperlink to your website on the ATALM2024 Conference website 
  • Company name and hyperlink to your website in select conference communications. 
  • Exhibitors offering premium raffle prizes will be promoted on ATALM’s social media networks reaching more than 30,000 followers. 
  • Company description, name, and hyperlink in the digital and print version of the ATALM2024 Conference Program.  
  • Company name and logo on the General Session PowerPoint shown at various intervals during the ATALM2024 Conference General Sessions. 
  • Company name and logo on the conference app. 


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Exhibitors at the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums (ATALM) conference can participate in the raffle drawing by donating prizes. This participation is a strategic opportunity for exhibitors to enhance their visibility and engagement with conference attendees.  

Here is how it works: 

  • Up to 20 exhibitors donate raffle prizes with a minimum value of $200. ATALM reserves the right to decline prices that do not hold strong appeal. 
  • A list or prizes is included in the program book and on signage at the conference. 
  • Attendees receive a packet of 10 raffle tickets in their name badges. Attendees choose which prizes they wish to enter. 
  • Participating exhibitors are provided with a clear fishbowl to collect the tickets. 
  • Prizes are awarded on the last day of the conference. 

Here’s how exhibitors can get involved and what they gain from participating in the raffle drawing: 

  • Donation of Prizes: Items should ideally be relevant to the attendees’ interests and professional needs, such as cultural artifacts, specialized software, books, or even services like training sessions or consultations. All prizes must have a minimum value of $200. 
  • Increased Visibility: By donating a prize, exhibitors can increase their visibility among the conference participants. As the prizes are announced, the exhibitor’s name and contribution are highlighted, providing them with additional exposure. 
  • Enhanced Engagement: The excitement of the raffle can draw more attendees to an exhibitor’s booth, particularly if the prize is attractive or unique. This increased foot traffic can lead to more interactions and potentially more business leads. 
  • Goodwill: Contributing to the raffle demonstrates the exhibitor’s commitment to the community and the conference’s goals. This goodwill can foster stronger relationships with current and potential clients who value community support and engagement. 


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  • Move in: Tuesday, November 12, 12:00-5:00 p.m. 
  • Exhibitor Time: November 13-14 from 7:30 AM to 4:00 p.m. 
  • Move out: Thursday, November 14, 4:00-7:00 p.m. 


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Please contact conference@atalm.org with any questions.


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ATALM offers various sponsorship levels which can further enhance an exhibitor’s visibility and impact at the conference, providing additional marketing and promotional opportunities.   


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Next year’s ATALM2025 Conference will be held in October 7-9, 2025 in Cherokee, North Carolina. Room rates are a deeply discounted $99 a night with no resort fees. Exhibitor Booth prices will remain the same. 

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