Delegates to "Curatorship: Indigenous Perspectives in Post-Colonial Societies" Victoria, Canada, 1994 Presentation of first Distance Learning program certificate to Jennifer Wishart, Jamaica, 1989 Holetown Community Museum, Barbados Museum and Historical Society, 1999 Dionisio Mula with his sculpture, Maputo, 1999 (Jennifer Fredrickson) Baskets, National Art Gallery, Botswana, 1995 Martin Segger & Duncan Cameron, Victoria Cowrie Shell headdress from West Africa, Transatlantic Slavery Gallery, Liverpool, 2001 GCAM delegates overlooking Lake Nakuru, Kenya, 2001 (NMK)
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In Memoriam: Michael Ames

February 12, 2007

After a courageous battle with non-Hodgkins lymphoma, Dr. Michael Ames passed away peacefully at the age of 72 on February 20, 2006 with his family at his side... more

Secretary General Don MacKinnon in Calgary

July 13, 2006

CAM's Secretary General, Lois Irvine, was contacted by his staff and was honoured to be able to take Mr. MacKinnon and two of his staff members on a short drive into the agricultural area south of Calgary which is primarily noted for its beef cattle ranching... more

In memoriam: Duncan Ferguson Cameron, 1930-2006

April 29, 2006

Duncan Ferguson Cameron, one of the most influential museum leaders of the 20th century, passed away on April 29, 2006, in Calgary Alberta.... more

In Memoriam: Emmanuel Nnakenyi Arinze, 1945-2005

February 10, 2005

Emmanuel Nnakenyi Arinze, CAM's much loved and respected President died in Abuja, Nigeria on Feb. 10, 2005 after a valiant battle with cancer. He maintained an amazingly positive attitude and a continuing concern for others as long as his strength held out. He was one of the best known and effective leaders of the African museum and heritage community and was instrumental in training and in raising the profile of African museum professionals in the international community... more

In memoriam: Dermot Francis, 1960-2003

May 1, 2003

Dermot Francis was Director of Heritage and Museum Services for Derry City Council. He passed away suddenly in May 2003 at the tragically early age of 43. Dermot will of course be remembered by all his colleagues across the globe but he will be remembered in particular for changing the face of this city as it emerged from over thirty years of violence... more