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The Southeastern Museums Conference (SEMC) is the major regional networking organization for museums and their staff in the southeastern states.
SEMC is currently offering 2021 Membership Specials! Check them out!
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The Southeastern Museums Conference (SEMC), a nonprofit membership organization, is an association of museums, museum staff, independent professionals and corporate partners. We focus on the Southeastern United State including: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Puerto Rico, and US Virgin Islands.
join us for the 2021 Annual Meeting
october 25-27, 2021
Looking for Resources to support Black Lives Matter and Anti-Racist initiatives? Need guidance on COVID-19 protocols for museums?
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Announcing the Museum Learning Hub
Free, self-paced technology training!
The 2021 Student Work in Museums (S.W.I.M) Competition is OPEN!
More information and apply via the link below!
Southeastern Museums Conference Land Acknowledgement
SEMC acknowledges that our offices in Atlanta, Georgia are headquartered on the traditional land of the Muskogee/Creek and Cherokee Peoples past and present and honor with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded it through the generations. As an organization, we commit to being better caretakers of the lands we inhabit and learning more about the native peoples that traditionally occupied these lands.