Loading Events

Past Events

Find Events

Event Views Navigation

April 2021

ICEE Marketplace of Exhibitions

April 20

The ICEE Marketplace of Exhibitions will be held as a virtual event on Tuesday, April 20, and Tuesday, April 27, 2021, both days from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EST) (New York). The event provides ICEE and other ICOM members with the opportunity to network with institutions who may be interested in hiring an exhibition or collaborating on a future exhibition project. The program includes a series of 5-minute pitches on exhibitions for which registered presenters are seeking venues, a partner,…

Find out more »

3 Years After the Art + Tech Summit: Was the Art World Ready for Consensus?

April 20

Three years after the first Art + Tech Summit at Christie’s in London exploring blockchain, what has happened? A non-fungible token artwork by American digital artist Beeple sold for $69m, two days after Vastari hosted a webinar on NFT’s and digital art. The panel will look at how the 2018 summit impacted the market and the subsequent expansions. What has happened to the three use cases presented at the summit: registration, digital art and tokenization? The panel will explore whether…

Find out more »

Brunswick Arts: Culture on a Mission

April 21

The challenges faced by the cultural sector today are many and varied. Join us for a conversation about how arts organizations can chart their future and accommodate opposing points of view in an era of great social upheaval. We will be asking: -How much of a responsibility do the arts have to reflect the society in which they are embedded? -Can an arts organization really represent a plurality of views, and how do you work this within the inevitable restraints…

Find out more »

MUŻE.X Shaping Museum Features, Spring Webinar Series: Francois Matarasso

April 22

We are delighted to bring you the second series of pre-conference webinar events in the run-up to the conference MUŻE.X - Shaping Museum Futures. Three international voices from the museum world shall be in conversation with the conference convenors Prof Carmel Borg and Dr. Sandro Debono. The one-hour conversations shall revolve around participatory practices, creativity in museums, and collections-development practices in response to the new realities imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. François Matarasso is a freelance community artist, writer and…

Find out more »

The Lab Launching Event: Making Sense of Immersion in 2021 – The Handbook

April 22

"The Lab: Making Sense of Immersion in 2021" has been a series of online collective problem-solving and panel discussions gathering key professionals from the XR and museum industries for game-changing conversations. From these sessions, key learnings and insights have been compiled and transformed into a precious handbook for museum practitioners and immersive experiences producers. To announce the publication of this collaborative handbook, we are organizing a special event with all previous participants, during the second week of Les Ailleurs Festival,…

Find out more »

EuropeanaTech x AI Webinar Series: Introduction and the Saint George on a Bike Project

April 23

How can Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) help us to enrich and research cultural heritage collections? How can ML models be adapted to the complexities of historical and cultural material it has not been trained for? Which biases can we reveal in historical collections? How can we gain new perspectives by using AI in researching cultural heritage data? Our new webinar series will discuss these questions with you and present projects and people who are reflecting on exactly…

Find out more »

ICEE Marketplace of Exhibitions

April 27

The ICEE Marketplace of Exhibitions will be held as a virtual event on Tuesday, April 20, and Tuesday, April 27, 2021, both days from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EST) (New York). The event provides ICEE and other ICOM members with the opportunity to network with institutions who may be interested in hiring an exhibition or collaborating on a future exhibition project. The program includes a series of 5-minute pitches on exhibitions for which registered presenters are seeking venues, a partner,…

Find out more »

Luxury’s NFT Obsession: Determining Legality and Longevity

April 27

Few could have predicted the recent, dramatic rise of NFTs around the world. As exclusive symbols of digital ownership, their value is set by market demand which has increased their appeal to luxury. As these virtual tokens fetch increasingly high prices, Jing Daily explores the long term impact of the craze and navigates the legal framework for producers and consumers. Join Jing Daily for “Luxury’s NFT Obsession: Determining Legality and Longevity” to hear more on the topic from The Fashion…

Find out more »

Affirming the Social Value of Museums

April 29

For years, museums have talked about their indispensability to society. Yet during the pandemic, most were closed for extended periods of time. Why is it that museums were not considered essential enough to keep open during the pandemic? And now that Covid-19 may be drawing to a close, how can museums make a stronger case for their indispensability? What are the best arguments for keeping museums open and operational? On the heels of CIMAM’s recent survey titled Why should museums remain…

Find out more »

DSI Webinar: Museums Going Digital – Why Invest on Quality Digital Content?

April 29

The NEMO report “Follow-up survey on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on museums in Europe” issued in January 2021 highlighted the increased importance of digital museum offers in a changing world. Many institutions received financial support for new investments in digital infrastructures and/or digital programmes but they also claimed lack of skills in digital literacy. It’s now time for the museums to (re)think their digital strategy to supply their visitors with quality services. This webinar will address the evolution of…

Find out more »
+ Export Events