03/10/2017 - 05/10/2017
Time: All Day
Hosted by the Museum of London, Museum Ideas 2017 takes place over 3 days in early October. The main flagship conference is on Thursday 5 October proceeded by a series of pre-conference workshops, events and get-togethers taking place on Tuesday 3 and Wednesday 4 October.
Museum Ideas 2017, 3-5 October, London – 3 days, 30+ speakers, workshops, seminars and international conference
Explore the ideas shaping the future of museums. Speakers from Africa, South America, North America and Europe will be sharing pioneering ideas about digital, collections, audiences and social impact.
Register for Museum Ideas 2017 for a packed schedule of essential talks, valuable workshops and the opportunity to make exciting new connections. With fresh insights you can take directly back to your team, the conference will add tremendous value to your current work and is an active investment in the future and what you choose to do next.
Join hundreds of museum colleagues from all over the world. Delegates from 24 countries – from Alaska to New Zealand, Sweden to Jamaica – took part in the conference and workshops last year. The latest 2017 tickets have been sent to Sweden, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Norway, Northern Ireland, and the United Arab Emirates.
There are now only 37 tickets available. Book online via PayPal at the top of the page or email email@example.com if you prefer to receive an invoice for your ticket(s).
“Clever, delightful and thought provoking. Great collection of people thinking innovatively and with passion”
– Helen Divjak, London Transport Museum
Each year Museum Ideas brings together a group of fascinating speakers and challenges them to share innovative ideas in concise, powerful talks. The aim is for delegates to be inspired by perspectives outside their own specialism and locality. What unites the conference is the quality and enthusiasm of contributors along with their desire to share valuable expertise and experience.
Museum Ideas explores the future of museums with a particular focus on progressive public engagement, new digital initiatives, participatory practice, plus pioneering ideas about collections, audiences and social impact.
Speakers this year include:
• Bonita Bennett, Director, District Six Museum, Cape Town, South Africa
• Whitney Donhauser, Director and President, Museum of the City of New York
• Jonas Heide Smith, Head of Digital, National Gallery of Denmark, Copenhagen
• Christian Díaz, coordinator of HABEMUS// Museos de Arte MBA-MAC, Bahía Blanca, Argentina
• Adam Rozan, Director of Audience Engagement, Worcester Art Museum, USA
• Sara Wajid, Head of Interpretation, Birmingham Museums Trust
• Rosie Stanbury, Head of Live Programmes, Wellcome Collection, London
• Tonya Nelson, Head of University College London Museums and Collections
• Anaïs Aguerre, Head of International Initiatives, Victoria & Albert Museum
• Sarah Green, Learning & Interpretation Manager, V&A Gallery, Shekou, China
• Adele Patrick, Creative Development Manager, Glasgow Women’s Library
• Russell Dornan, Web Editor, Wellcome Collection, London
• Ros Croker, Endeavour Learning Project Manager, National Maritime Museum
• Catherine O’Donnell, Engagement Officer, People’s History Museum
• Andrew Lewis, Data and Insights Architect, Natural History Museum
• Joanna Salter, Senior Manager – Participation, National Maritime Museum
• Jess Turtle and Matt Turtle, co-founders of the Museum of Homelessness
• Tony Butler, Executive Director, Derby Museums, and founder, Happy Museum Project
• Kat Medill, Audience Experience Coordinator, ASU Art Museum, Arizona
• Adam Corsini, Archaeology Collections Manager, Museum of London
• Sharna Jackson, curator working across digital, arts and entertainment
For more information visit: http://museum-id.com/event-detail.asp?id=559