Sask museums

Annual Member Conference

MAS 2014 Conference & AGM

May 22nd - 24th, 2014

Swift Current, SK




Pre-Conference Package Items


Funding Opportunities


Registration Form

Tradeshow Form

Board Member Forum

Nominations for the MAS Board Are Now Being Accepted

Nominations are now being accepted for those interested in being on the Museums Association of Saskatchewan Board of Directors for 2014-15.

Interested applicants should fill out a nomination form and return it to the Museums Association of Saskatchewan office, 424 McDonald Street, Regina, S4N 6E1, by no later than April 3, 2014.

A slate of candidates will be compiled and distributed to MAS members in April. Results will be announced at the AGM Thursday, May 22, 2014.

 Brenda Robinson - Keynote Speaker

Brenda RobinsonBrenda Robinson has been fortunate enough to work for over 30 years in the training and development field. She has spoken at conferences, developed and delivered workshops, provided organizational consulting and coached people for success in their roles on teams and in their diverse workplaces.

Brenda's passion is for creating positive, productive learning environments. Her research and development focus is on "people skills". She works tirelessly to build resources to support people to communicate more effectively, work together more productively and get the best results possible for themselves and their organization.

She continues to address new challenges to provide services to assist individuals and teams to effectively manage change, stress, priorities and develop new work habits for a changing work of work. Brenda has a positive approach to everything she does. She believes in balancing who we are and what we do. She puts equal energy into her work and her family. Her grandchildren are her treasures. She and her husband Len have been married for over 40 years. Their 5 children continue to be their focus.

Brenda grew up on a farm close to Minnedosa Manitoba and values the rural experience. She stays connected to family in Manitoba and now spends time in two settings - Sherwood Park and Victoria. Her desire to share her research and resources has lead to the publication of two books. She also markets an audio CD set and has video currently in the works.

Brenda received her Bachelor of Arts from Brandon University in Brandon, Manitoba (Major in English) and her Masters of Education from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C.

Join Brenda to listen, laugh and learn about other people, about yourself and about other stuff we may need and want to know.


MAS 2013 Mini-Conference & AGM

  Thank you to everyone who attended our Mini-Conference & AGM this year in Saskatoon. Please check out our Facebook page to view an album of photos of the days events.

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