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November 2020

NEMO European Museum Conference 2020

November 16 - November 19

Museums making sense will discuss how museums can help visitors make sense of complicated matters – be it climate change or migration processes or economic relations. Through storytelling methods, museums can help us understand complex interrelations. Multiperspective approaches can help us appreciate different perspectives. Museums can work as innovative labs to test different complex scenarios, giving the opportunity to find answers for questions like: How do we want to live? How could the future look like? Join us for an inspiring four days…

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A Louvre Abu Dhabi and NYU Abu Dhabi Symposium

November 16 - November 18

This November, two institutions at the heart of Saadiyat Island – Louvre Abu Dhabi and NYU Abu Dhabi – will, for the first time, co-present the global symposium: Reframing Museums. Global scholars, academics, established and emerging artists, and international museum experts will convene to discuss, interrogate, and reimagine the art museum of the future, building together new frameworks for museum practice. This live, virtual event will be open to the public and tackle the most pressing issues facing art museums…

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Crossover collaboration 101: Understanding China’s latest business craze

November 17 @ 2:00 am - 2:30 am PST

In China, collaborating with companies from totally disconnected industries has recently become a must. While this is nothing new for global fashion brands, other industries now use these crossover collaborations to bring a sense of novelty and uniqueness to their products. In this webinar, we will thus take a peek at this unique strategy, study its best approaches and showcase inspiring case studies. In recent years, Chinese crossover collaborations exploded as the market became increasingly dynamic through innovative concepts across…

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Discussions on Transforming Museum Experience

November 17 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST

Join Cooper Hewitt for an interactive session on Transforming Museum Experience. Participants will explore topics related to the design of a museum experience, thoughts on how and why it should transform, and share ideas for how we might work to bring about the kind of transformation we seek collectively. The format of the program is made up almost entirely of small group discussions based on prompts generated by an interdisciplinary working group made up of sixteen museum professionals doing progressive…

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Cities & Museums Webinar Forum – 4th Session

November 18 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am PST

The creation of social and economic networks for the cultural and artistic establishment in times of crisis Given the reduction in public subsidies, it is necessary for civil society to get involved and participate in the conservation, research and dissemination of artistic heritage, as well as in its production. We are interested in knowing the different formulas and approaches adopted by both public and private museums in Spain and beyond. Museums and cultural centers have the opportunity, in this digital…

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Museums and Galleries Responding to the Climate and Ecological Crisis

November 18 - November 19

NMDC is hosting a virtual conference on the climate crisis, convened by CEO of the Horniman, Nick Merriman who is also Chair of NMDC’s environment and ecology subgroup. Participants will discuss how museum professionals can learn from each other’s efforts to tackle the climate and ecological crisis. The focus will be on positive action and practical solutions.    

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Culture Geek Conference

November 20

Since 2012, Culture Greek has been bringing together the people who are at the forefront of digital transformation in museums, galleries, theaters, festivals, publishing and film. Their events are packed with real actionable advice, giving you the knowledge you need to make more impact with your work. This year Culture Geek brings the conference direct to your computer. Watch the talks live (UK timezone) and then return to them with online access for 12 months.

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Collect & Connect: Archives and Collections in a Digital Age

November 23 - November 24

Collect & Connect: Archives and Collections in a Digital Age will be held at Naturalis Biodiversity Center in Leiden (*) from 23-24 November 2020. The aims of this international conference which officially concludes the NWO/Brill Creative Industries Project Making Sense of Illustrated Handwritten Archives are twofold. First, to present results of finished and original research in the field of digitized archives and natural and cultural heritage collections. Second, to promote exchange and discussion between researchers and heritage professionals in the field…

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Musemio and Immerse UK Virtual Summit

November 24 @ 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm GMT

Are you ready to supercharge your ideas about innovation in the cultural sector? Join the UKs newest summit for forward-thinking museums and cultural institutions. Culture Reimagined is where innovation in the cultural sector is celebrated. During the interactive panels, fireside chats, and technology demos, you will: Learn how to supercharge your museum’s innovation knowledge Discover emerging technologies and how to apply them in your setting Be inspired by conscious thought leaders collaborating with tech companies Share best digital practices and…

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Christie’s Education Conference 2020: The Chinese Art Market

November 26 - November 27

Christie’s Education will be holding its first global virtual conference on 26-27 November 2020. The conference will explore the global impact of the Chinese art ecosystem from both historical and current perspectives. Over two days the conference will cover a wide range of disciplines which consider China’s contribution to the arts from a transnational and trans-historical perspective. Sessions address issues of cultural exchange, artistic cross-fertilization and appropriation, the circulation of works of art, collecting networks and the economics of taste and value, as…

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