The Southeastern Museums Conference (SEMC) is the major regional networking organization for museums and their staff in the southeastern states.
A nonprofit membership organization, SEMC 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.
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September 23, 2022:
!!! SCAM ALERT !!!
SEMC has been made aware of scam email and phone calls related to SEMC 2022 in Northwest Arkansas. Scammers are contacting people associated with the Annual Meeting (unknown how they are getting that information) and offering attendee lists and hotel reservations. Please know that any activity by any third-party company offering these services is not authorized, sanctioned, or approved by SEMC. These are fraudulent. Do not send any personal information, including credit card information to an outside company regarding the SEMC Annual Meeting.
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Southeastern Museums Conference Land Acknowledgement
SEMC acknowledges that our offices in Atlanta, Georgia are headquartered on the traditional lands of the Muscogee (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.