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 Honoured by New Patrons
The President's Column
City Museums and Museum City: The Jaipur (India) Paradox
The West African Museums Programme: Vision, Achievement and Challenge
The Heritage of Gibralter
Museum of Contemporary Art, Madras, India
Distance Learning Program Review
ICOM '98
Children in African Museums: The Undiscovered Audience, Nairobi, November 9 to 16
CAM '98 Becomes CAM '99
CAM will miss our Friends and Colleagues
News Briefs
Our Challenge

CAM Bulletin Number 3 - Oct. 1997

News Briefs

We congratulate Roderick Ebanks of Jamaica on successfully completing the Distance Learning Program. Several new students have joined the course including Michael Bermudez, California; Michael McKenzie, Gerard Pereira, June Emptage, all of Guyana; and Christina Tawiitaa and bane Tekautu of Kiribati.

In addition to the Distance Learning Program students, new members are Heather Hansgen, Lisette Ferera and Michel Coté, Canada, Alison Coles, Ken Teague, U.K., Horniman Museum, London.

The President and the Secretary General had the exciting opportunity to pay a courtesy call on one of CAM's Patrons, Sir Shridath Ramphal, in July. They were very graciously and pleasantly received and left with the conviction that excellent Patrons were in place for CAM. Opportunities may arise in future to engage Sir Shridath Ramphal in a CAM project which shares common goals with his current international work.