The Oregon Museums Association (OMA) website exists to support and connect our members and provide information about the Oregon museum community to the general public. We value your participation and your right to privacy.
OMA collects data from members to share on the website. Members can choose not to have their data shared on the website. See how to adjust your privacy settings in the final tab on this page.
OMA Institutional-level members have their museums listed in the Member Museum directory on the OMA website. All of the museum data (name of museum, website, address, opening hours, description, phone number, email, name of director, admission fees, etc.) listed is input by members themselves, and can be edited freely by members as they wish. This data is available publicly on our website and is intended to inform members and the general public about the wealth of museums in Oregon.
OMA business-level members also have their businesses listed in the Member Businesses directory on the website. Like with institutional-level members, all of the data displayed on the website to the public is input and selected by members and can be freely edited.
OMA individual-level members, including students and volunteers, are listed in the Member Directory that is only available to OMA members who have paid their annual fees and log in to the members-only portion of the OMA website. Membership information is NOT available to the general public. Like with other members, all of the data displayed on the website is input and selected by members and can be freely edited.OMA never sells or shares your personal data with third parties.
To ensure security and privacy of your data, we use traffic encryption (https) technology. Traffic encryption ensures that data entered into the online forms such as membership application, or event registration, as well as data transferred back to visitors, is protected from snooping, for example if you access internet over an insecure Wi-Fi connection.
To secure online payments, we utilize the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) v.3.2. This protects the security of cardholder data that is stored, processed, or transmitted on behalf of the customer.
The OMA website and membership database is hosted and run through Wild Apricot. Please read more about Wild Apricot’s privacy and security practices.
All OMA members can create a profile on the OMA website and login with an email address and user-generated password. Members with profiles can add or edit any information in their profiles.
Members have the ability to correct inaccuracies regarding their contact information, financial information, unique identifiers and communication preferences. Members can correct this information themselves, or contact OMA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OMA uses Google Analytics to improve the performance of the site and for analytics and marketing purposes. For more information about how Google Analytics collects and uses data when you use our site, visit here. To opt out of Google Analytics, download their add-on.
OMA provides links to third-party websites or apps, including our social media pages (Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram). We do not control the privacy practices of those websites or apps, and this privacy notice does not cover them. You should review the privacy notices of other websites or apps that you use to learn about their data practices.
Please note that if you use Google or Facebook to log into your OMA account, we cannot guarantee the privacy of any of your data in your account.
If you do not want to receive e-mail from us in the future, please send us an email at email@example.com.
If you supply us with your USPS address online, you may receive periodic mailings from us with information on new products and services or upcoming events. If you do not wish to receive such mailings, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If our information practices change at some time in the future, we will post the policy changes to our website to notify you and provide you with the ability to opt out of these new uses.
In your profile, you can manage your own privacy settings, such as making your profile, name or photographs private.