Mobile Museum Program of National Museum, Botswana at Ditshegwane Village (Study Tour visit, 1995) CAM workshop delegates in Guyana with the Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, The Honourable Gail Texeira, 1999 Delegate display at GCAM workshop, Nairobi, 1997 Tswaing Crater, South Africa, 1995 Jennifer Wishart (left), Emmanuel Arinze, Jenny Daly at Museum of African Art, Georgetown, Guyana CAM delegates at the Tswaing Crater Interpretation Centre, South Africa, 1995 Children's dance troupe, Ditshegwane Village, 1995 Charity Namukoko Salasini, Zambia with child guest, GCAM workshop, Nairobi, 1997
 
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CAM Bulletin Number 3 - Oct. 1997

CAM '98 Becomes CAM '99

At the last meeting of the Executive Council in Botswana, it was provisionally agreed that the next Commonwealth-wide programme would be held in Barbados in 1998. Other options were considered as possible if circumstances should dictate.

Alissandra Cummins, Vice-President of CAM, has kindly agreed to host the meeting and, on further discussion, it was proposed that the date be March or April 1999. This later date was more suitable to avoid competition with ICOM and re arrange the triennial period so that it would better permit attendance at both conferences by putting more space between.

The theme for CAM '99 will be: Museums, Peace, Democracy and Governance in the 21st Century. Exact dates, title, full description of project will follow. Keep your eye on the CAM '99 column for more information.