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Our mission is to create a network that aids museums and cultural organisations across the Caribbean to share and benefit from their common skills and experiences. We have been supporting museums since 1987: helping to develop standards and best practice; serving as advisors to governments and the public on museum development; exchanging information and ideas; connecting organizations internationally; and conserving and preserving our natural and cultural heritage. Every year, we host a conference and annual general meeting for our members and other delegates within the region. Our most recent conference took place 11-16 November 2019 in Martinique, and was organized together with the Collectivité Territoriale de Martinique.

Recent News Highlights

  • MAC Conference Keynote

    We are excited to announce the 2021 MAC Conference opening Keynote Speaker – Director of the Graduate School of Architecture at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa, Mark Raymond!

    Mark will kick off our conference on Wednesday, November 3 at 3:00 pm, EDT. His address, “Soon Come: Anticipating Memory” will be livestreamed on MAC’s YouTube channel. The noted architect and educator will reflect on the role museums and architecture can play in helping us to responsively engage our past, embrace our unprecedented contemporary struggles and imagine our future

    Mark Raymond has worked on architectural and urban design projects throughout the Caribbean and has also been actively involved with architectural education, lecturing, and teaching at institutions globally. A graduate of the Architectural Association in London, he obtained his PhD through RMIT’s invitational creative practice-based research program and is currently the Director of the Graduate School of Architecture at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa. His current research interests address the engagement of design pedagogy and practice in processes of transformation and social justice.