NC Science Museums Alphabetical Listings
Please note that listings are as current as we can make them, and links, when available, may have become obsolete or could have been changed without our knowledge. Please report any broken links or knowledge of newly-created websites to the NCMC webmaster. The North Carolina Museums Council has not reviewed all of the sites in the Find a Museum function, and is not responsible for the content of any off-site pages or other links supplied here. Your linking to any off-site pages or other sites is at your own risk.
News and Resources
The deadline for applying to JIMI 2016 has been extended to Friday, 6 November 2016? Application details can be found using this link: http://www.semcdirect.net/page-706790
New Job Listings: Historic Sites Operations Supervisor, NC Historic Sites
NCMC 2016 Annual Meeting call for session proposals is now underway and now online! Click here for further details to submit a session for the 2016 Annual meeting in Winston Salem.
Thanks for attending the 2015 Annual Conference in Durham! NCMC would like to thank all of the vendors that supported the conference this year. We also have the Award winners, and the student scolarship winners. NCMC will be in Winston Salem for the 2016 Annual Conference!
2014 NCMC Special Announcement: NCMC's Advocacy for State Historical Sites
The Religion in North Carolina Digital Collection Mini-Grants for Research in 2014–2015 The Duke Divinity School Library is pleased to announce a special funding opportunity for researchers. A limited number of mini-grants ($500–$1000 each) will be awarded on a competitive basis to support original projects utilizing The Religion in North Carolina Digital Collection. Flyer(PDF) Application(PDF)
Museums in a Minute
Special Announcement: submitting material to Muse.News announcement
Updated NCMC By-Laws, 2012
Find a Museum by County has been updated thanks to a great NCMC supporter!
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Does your institution need help organizing, managing, and preserving the special collections that document North Carolina’s history and culture? The North Carolina State Archives can help through its Traveling Archivist Program (TAP). The application and instructions are available online on the North Carolina State Archives website.
The Triangle Area Cultural Resources Emergency Network (TACREN) announces the launch of a disaster hot line for area cultural organizations to call when a disaster damages their collections. More info at the TACREN site..