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St. Catharines Museum Advisory Committee

The Museum Advisory Committee is a volunteer committee established to advise and assist City Council and staff on museum policy development, mandate review, and collection oversight, and to act as public advocates in support of the Museum's mandate.

Advisory Committee Recruitment

Applications for the City's advisory committees, boards and task forces are currently under staff review. The application period closed on Monday, March 11, at 4 p.m.

 Statement of Purpose

The Committee will be responsible for the following:

  • Act as the Museum's Collections Committee
  • Review current Museum policies and provide recommendations for changes
  • Act as public advocates of the Museum's activities, including supporting fundraising and sponsorship development, attending Museum events, and enhancing public awareness of the Museum in the community.

The Committee appoints sub-committees to support Historical Services special initiatives in the community such as Doors Open.

Notwithstanding the Simplified Meetings Procedures for advisory bodies, the Museum Advisory Committee may invite non-member participation on its sub-committees at the discretion of the Committee.

 

Composition

 

The Committee shall be comprised of up to five citizen members as follows:

  • Individuals who are actively supporting and encouraging the on-going enrichment of the Museum’s programs and collection, such as current volunteers, members etc. and others who can demonstrate an active interest and participation in museums and history related events or programs; or
  • Individuals who have qualifications and experience related to museum policy development, strategic planning, education and training, public programming and community engagement, cultural tourism, collections development and collection management.

 Reporting Structure

 

This Committee reports to Council through the Cultural Sustainability Committee. The Chair of the Museum Advisory Committee will also be a member of the Cultural Sustainability Committee.

Administrative support to the Museum Advisory Committee shall be provided by Parks, Recreation and Culture Services, which shall assign a secretary to the Committee.

Additional staff resources as required from time to time will be provided by the department.

Membership Term

Term of Council, or as determined by City Council.

Membership List

 

  • Brenda Zadoroznij - co-chair
  • Michael O'Neill - co-chair
  • Robert De Wolfe
  • Shane Johnston
  • Sarah Shedden
  • John Smith
  • Cameron Wilson 

 Member Schedule and Location(s)

The Museum Advisory Committee meets approximately six times per year, or at the discretion of the Chair.

 

 Other

 

The Committee shall conduct its meetings in accordance with and otherwise comply with the City of St. Catharines Simplified Meeting Procedures for advisory bodies.

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