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June 2022

IVRPA 2022 Moab Conference

June 1 - June 3
Moab Arts & Recreation Center

After a nearly 2-year pause on in-person events due to the global pandemic, the IVRPA looks optimistically at 2022. We are excited to announce our next international conference will be in Moab, Utah, from June 1-3rd, 2022, at the Moab Arts & Recreation Center. Also on Saturday June 4th there will be some optional (at additional cost) excursions to sites around Moab including the Arches National Park. Our theme for this event will explore project planning, production, post and realization,…

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MuseumWeek 2022

June 13 - June 19

MuseumWeek is the worldwide festival for cultural institutions on social media Since 2014 MuseumWeek has grown to include over 60,000 participants from 100+ countries. It has has become the first virtual, worldwide cultural event on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Weibo, WeChat and VKontakte. In a hyper-connected, hyper-globalized world, in which consciousness and hopes are being forged online, in a complex, rapidly changing world that is facing major challenges that concern all of humanity, we believe that cultural organizations have a fundamental…

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Art for Tomorrow: Seeking Impact

June 16 - June 20
Athens Greece

Moderated by senior New York Times journalists, the world-class program will bring together practitioners, experts and activists to explore the social impact of the arts. In addition, attendees will explore Athens’ eclectic artistic landscape, venturing into the cities’ museums, galleries, performance spaces and artist studios to see the arts in action. Delegates can then move to the artsy island of Hydra, and the opening of Jeff Koons’ project at the DESTE Foundation’s Slaughterhouse, shows at Dimitrios Antonitsis’ “Hydra School Project”…

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Museum Tech 2022: A Digital Festival for Museums

June 30
Museum of London

Our understanding and appreciation of digital engagement has shifted in the past few years, with the Covid pandemic forcing museums to up-skill, think creatively and connect with different audiences in new ways. Museum Tech 2022 will consider some of the pressing issues to emerge since then, from digital literacy to digital poverty, as well as the environmental and ethical impact of museums’ digital outputs. It will also shine a light on new and emerging technological innovations that are shaping the…

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