The Guam Museum was started by the Guam Teachers’ Association in 1926, but over the decades the building and its collection have been ravaged by natural disasters, war and occupation. In 2016 the museum, located in the island’s capital, Hagåtña, reopened in a spectacular new building designed by Laguaña + Cristobal. With a collection of over 250,000 artifacts and photographs, the Guam Museum is the only institution in the world dedicated to Chamorro culture and peoples of the Marianas Islands.
- Holding workshops to define the mission statement
- Writing the museums’ strategic plan
- Advising on AAM accreditation
- Consulting on fundraising
- Establishing staff training, educational and outreach programs
- Organizing temporary exhibitions
Visit the museum website for current information.