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January 2021

How Collaborations Are Defining Experiences in China

January 26
Webinar on brand collaborations in China, presented by Jing Group and TONG

China’s Gen Z and millennial consumers seek novel products that stand out from the crowd, fueling a rapidly evolving culture of innovative “mega-collaborations” between brands. While many brand pairings may appear extreme or even bizarre, such items are widely talked about, and their freshness and limited-time appeal can tempt young consumers to at least try new, (often affordably priced) products—which also make them attractive candidates for posting on social media, further helping to expand the reach of brands among that…

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Museums Immersive Network 2021 Webinar

January 27

A National Network for Museums and Immersive Tech Register now for your free ticket to the CMP 2021 Museums Immersive Network Webinar on Wednesday 27 January 1 – 5pm. Cornwall Museums Partnership established the Museums Immersive Network to promote and share best practice, new developments, skills development opportunities and potential collaborations with immersive technology and museums. This event will focus on how immersive technology can be utilised to futureproof museums in a post-covid world. Presentations will cover a range of…

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Verbier Art Summit

January 29 - January 30

The virtual Verbier Art Summit—taking place concurrently with the annual in-person Summit in Verbier, Switzerland—will consist of a two-day free, digital program, welcoming all those with a love for art, innovation and ecology to participate. As part of this expanded digital offering and in celebration of the Summit’s fifth anniversary, five new DEBATES from all over the world will deepen the Resource Hungry discussion started at the 2020 Summit earlier this year, presented bilingually in English and French. The 2021…

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Sneakers x Culture: Collab

January 29

Elizabeth Semmelhack, author of Sneakers x Culture: Collab, explores the collaborative culture that surrounds sneakers. Collaborations have a long history in western fashion and are only increasing in importance especially in sneaker design. This talk charts the history of sneaker collabs beginning in the 1930s and will explore how complex cultural politics and shifting ideas of gender have led to a wide range of people, from musicians and athletes to high fashion designers and blue-chip artists, to participate in sneaker…

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Webinar: Key findings from 1,700+ galleries about the art market in 2021

January 29 @ 11:00 am - 11:30 am EST

How will the events of 2020 change the way galleries run their businesses in 2021? Tune in on Friday, January 29th, from 11:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (EST) / 4:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. (GMT) as Artsy’s Chief Revenue Officer and Head of Global Sales & Partnerships discuss: The most important takeaways from Artsy’s 2021 Gallery Insights Report The impact of COVID-19 on galleries around the world New sales techniques adopted by galleries in 2020

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February 2021

Solving Museum Problems with a Digital Partner

February 2 @ 5:00 pm GMT

Behind the scenes, while museum doors were closed in 2020, many problems were being solved. How can the exhibition content be accessible to audiences? How do we reopen safely? What stories are our visitors most interested to hear? How can we best sell our museums’ merchandise online? We will be interviewing Anna Lowe from Smartify about how they helped answer those questions as a digital partner to museums, and what new developments the Smarity team is most excited about in…

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Hong Kong Saves the Art Market

February 4 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST

The 2020 auction season—a wild ride of improvised sales amid strong but elusive demand—closed out with Asia driving the market for a wide range of artists. Kim Heirston and Koji Inoue help us make sense of the bidding. Hong Kong Saves the Art Market is part of our ongoing Auction Reaction series.

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Digital Past 2021

February 8 - February 12

The conference will be held on Zoom and will bring together individuals from the commercial, public, academic, third sector and voluntary sectors to promote learning, discussion and debate around digital technologies and digital heritage, including virtual access to heritage, diversity in digital cultural heritage, and digital heritage and the environment.

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DAM and Museums

February 9

DAM in Museums: A Deep Dive into the Use Cases and Technology In this pre-conference deep dive session, we'll explore typical museum use cases and implementation scenarios for DAM. Specifically for those who want to have a deeper understanding of the different things a DAM system can do in a museum environment, and technical implementers who want a better sense of a system's capabilities, we'll look at: 1) Use case, staffing, and governance scenarios: When, Where and How to Employ…

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Virtual Curatorial Leadership Summit “Museums as Monuments”

February 24 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST

Valerie Cassel Oliver, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and The Armory Show's 2021 Curatorial Leadership Summit Chair, in conversation with Agnes Gund, President Emerita of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and Founder of the Art for Justice Fund, will explore the realities, challenges, and future visions of cultural institutions.

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