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March 2021

DAM Asia-Pacific: The Art and Practice of Managing Digital Media

March 24

Join DAM for a one-day online event to learn from and connect with members of the Digital Asset Management community across Asia, the Pacific, Australia and New Zealand. You will hear LIVE real-world case studies from leading organisations facing the challenge of managing their digital media assets; you will have the opportunity to join virtual roundtable discussions and share your experiences with fellow DAM professionals; and you will leave the event with more knowledge of how Digital Asset Management technology…

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Digital Skills for Libraries – Deepening Online Engagement with Audiences

March 24

It has become more apparent than ever that library services play a pivotal role in the lives of their communities. With many library services and buildings serving as a space where people can connect and learn with others, the effects of localised and national lockdowns have caused a number of library service users to experience feelings of isolation and loneliness. In our ‘Digital skills for libraries’ webinar series, the Digital Culture Network will look at key tools and strategies to…

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Teo Live 2021

March 25 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT

Touring Exhibitions Trends & Marketplace

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March 30 - April 1

SITEM is a unique event that gathers professionals of the cultural and tourist ecosystem for three days in Paris for a trade fair alongside discussions on issues facing the preservation of cultural sites and heritage.

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Connected to Culture LIVE: Online Creativity and Safety with Young People

March 31

Engagement in arts and culture supports young people’s social development and wellbeing, but for many organisations responding to the pandemic has meant quickly adapting offline activities to online, creating new digital programmes and engaging and communicating with young people digitally. This new digital landscape presents many opportunities for young people to express themselves and engage creatively, but also presents challenges around safety and protection. In this session we will explore lessons learnt and how in a new digital climate we…

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April 2021


April 1

The MW (MuseWeb) conferences convene annually in North America and Asia with and occasional “deep dives” to sites of digital innovation in the field. Our meetings and proceedings feature advanced research and exemplary applications of digital practice for cultural, natural and scientific heritage. Formed by leading professionals from around the world, our community has been meeting since 1997, and recognizing the best in cultural heritage innovation through the GLAMi awards annually. The products of our meetings and conversations – the…

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MuseWeb 2021

April 5 - April 9

MW21 features advanced research and exemplary applications of digital practice for cultural, natural and scientific heritage. It also recognises the best in cultural heritage innovation through the annual GLAMi awards. MW21 offers a range of professional learning opportunities, from plenary sessions to museum project demonstrations to lightning talks. Prior to the conference, there are half-day workshops and pre-conference tours, as well as plenty of time for networking.

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1st International Online Conference on Digital Transformation in Culture and Education

April 13 - April 16

The Conference provides an excellent forum for digital librarians, researchers and practitioners to present and discuss the latest advancement and problems as well as future directions and trends in digital transformation in today’s ubiquitous virtual environment challenged by pandemic “new normal”.

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June 2021

CADAF Paris 2021

June 1 - June 30

The latest edition of the CADAF fairs created by New Art Group. The Online Paris 2021 edition is supported by Beaux Arts & Cie. Digital Art Month is a celebration of digital and new media art that takes place in various public locations, participating businesses and online.

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Cities & Museums Webinar Forum – 3rd Session

June 21 - June 22

The transformation of tourism. The post-COVID-19 traveler. The new consumer Spain has gone from trying to limit mass tourism, which was drowning its cities, to start thinking about policies to attract tourists. From almost 85 million visitors in 2019 to practically zero. This is, by far the worst crisis that international tourism has faced since records began. After an unprecedented moment of zero tourism, the recovery of the industry requires the definition of a new model based on highly digitalised…

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