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Traveling Exhibitions Network (TEN)

What is TEN?

The Traveling Exhibitions Network (TEN) is a non-exclusive network of those who are responsible for or are interested in, traveling exhibitions. TEN promotes excellence by providing networking opportunities where members can connect to share expertise and information. Membership is free with current individual Professional membership with the American Alliance of Museums (AAM). TEN’s goals are dictated by the needs of those developing, touring, and hosting traveling exhibitions.

Contact the Co-Chairs

AJ Goehle, aj@lucicreative.com

Heather Farnworth: Heather.Farnworth@osc.on.ca

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