AMaGA AGM 9 June 2021
AMaGA Annual General Meeting, Australian Museums and Galleries Association, April 2021
The AMaGA Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 9 June 2021 at 12:30 pm at the National Convention Centre in Canberra. The AGM will be followed by a short Members’ Forum. We will announce the new National Council at the AGM.
The AGM Agenda and papers will be sent out in early May.
Call for resolutions
If you would like to add an item to the AGM agenda, please submit a Resolution. Resolutions for the 2021 AGM should reach the AMaGA National Office no later than Thursday 6 May 2021. Resolutions should be submitted in writing (email) and include the name, contact details and member number of the person proposing the resolution.
Please send your resolutions by email to email@example.com by 6 May 2021.
Voting is still open for National Council
2021 is an Australian Museums and Galleries Association Election Year
The executive members were nominated without opposition.
There were 11 nominations for Ordinary Member and there will be an election.
Voting closes on Monday 10 May 2021
Who can vote
You can vote if:
- You are a current Individual member of AMaGA – your membership status will be checked
- You are the designated representative of a current Organisational member – only one vote per organisation will be counted
- You are a Life Member or an AMaGA Staff Member
- You have not already voted in this election.
How does online voting work?
We are using Survey Monkey as the platform for voting as we have for the past 2 national elections. Your membership details are entered separate to your vote and allocated a unique identifying number. Your vote is anonymous and the entire process is overseen by the Returning Officer. If you have any questions about the online voting system, please contact us. If you have any concerns about this system, you are invited to vote offline.
About National Council
The National Council provides the vital representative platform for leadership of the Australian Museums and Galleries Association, and its members are the recognisable interface with the sector, on behalf of the hugely dispersed footprint of AMaGA membership around the country.
Council members bring expertise and experience, source opinion, listen to needs, develop and implement policy, and, in particular, garner the intellectual and human resources that help the association continue to put together informed submissions to public inquiries affecting the sector, and continuing to provide effective advocacy to government on issues and conditions vitally affecting our museums and the communities they serve.
Council needs representation from across the geographic spread of the country and covering the intellectual and practical diversity of disciplines and functions that make up the museums and galleries sector, as reflected in AMaGA’s membership.
The Council consists of the positions of President, Vice-president, Secretary and Treasurer and 6 ordinary members. The current Presidents of the various State/Territory Branches, or their designated representative, are automatically members of Council.
AMaGA National Office
Returning Officer and Chair of Nominations Committee