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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Junior "Council of Ministers Meeting" - Lagos Museum, Nigeria
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Children in African Museums: the Undiscovered Audience - the Road to Discovery
Nairobi Declaration on
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News Briefs

CAM Bulletin Number 4 - May, 1998

News Briefs

CAM '99

Make plans to attend CAM '99 in Barbados from May 5-12, 1999. Details in the next Bulletin. Museums, Peace, Democracy and Governance in the 21st Century.

What are the conditions for Peace? Do our Museums help to create and maintain those conditions? How do Museums make a difference in a nation "already peaceful"? How do Museums make a difference in war-torn countries and unsettled societies? Can Museums promote Democracy? These are a few of the important questions to be discussed.

ICOM '98

The theme of ICOM '98 is Museums & Cultural Diversity - Ancient Cultures, New Worlds. The conference promises to feature some excellent speakers and some good dialogue with international colleagues. It is to be hoped that we will especially see many of our Asian and South Pacific colleagues who are often not able to attend ICOM. CAM encourages members to attend if at all possible and we will see you at our CAM dinner on Oct. 14!

The event previously scheduled for CAM members for the post-ICOM period will not be available. We regret to report that Monica Leahy, our member from the Migration Museum in Adelaide has moved back to teaching. We will miss her presence in museums but wish her much success and happiness in her new position. We do hope she will keep in touch with CAM friends.

Opportunities for Commonwealth Artists

The Commonwealth Institute, London has provided information on The Commonwealth Experience. This visitor attraction includes a rolling programme of Commonwealth art exhibitions throughout the year in two galleries and includes a variety of media such as painting, pastels, collage, photography, sculpture, ceramics and textiles. Applications from artists from all parts of the Commonwealth are invited. Applications for the year mid-1999 to mid-2000 (between eight and twelve exhibitions per year) are currently being accepted to August 31, 1998. Details may be obtained from Nicola Harold, Projects Coordinator, The Commonwealth Experience, Commonwealth Institute, Kensington Hight Street, London W8 6NQ, UK. Tel.: 44-171-603-4535; Fax: 44-171-602-7374.

New Members

CAM welcomes new members: The Victoria and Albert Museum, UK, Fatma Ali Busaidy, Fredrick Karanja, Hassan Mohamed Hassan, Jane Chebitwey, Lydia Mumbi Muchira, Millen Noni, Musa Kipchoge Chesire, Nancy Kiprop, Daniel Mitei Kibet, Ayub Macharia Ndaruga, all of Kenya, Charity Namukoko Salasini, Zambia, Nakiso Kubanji, Botswana, the National Museum of Manibia (Esther Moombolah and Willa Le Roux), Khanyile Jezi, South Africa, Jackson N.L. Washa, Tanzana, Baba Ceesay, The Gambia, Kofi Kpikpitse and Gifty Offei, Ghana, Robert Hall, USA, Terry McCormick, UK, Morgot Thomas, St Lucia, W.I., Lilian Chaonwa, Zimbabwe, Brenda Kamanga, Malawi, Ministry of Youth, Sports and Cultural Affairs, (Ulrike Hertel Akuino) Western Samoa.

Thanks to all of you who have renewed your membership. We are pleased to have you with us.

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