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April 2021

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,…

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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…

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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…

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May 2021

EuropeanaTech x AI Webinar Series: Cultural AI

May 7

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…

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Fountain House Virtual Symposium: The Creative Mind & Mental Illness, Honoring Agnes Gund

May 13

The Symposium will explore the connection between creativity and mental illness, showcase original work by the artists of Fountain House Gallery in an online art auction, and feature an interview between Agnes Gund, Founder of Art for Justice Fund, and Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation.

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InterActivity 2021

May 13 - May 28

The world changed for everyone in 2020. Our personal and professional lives have been disrupted by everything from the COVID-19 pandemic to environmental disasters to the everyday changes that happen in life. During this time, our global community called on our foundations as a caring, connected community to not just endure, but also to plant seeds for future growth—exemplifying what resilience looks like, both in our field and for our communities. Our resilience journey is not over, and InterActivity 2021…

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19th ICOM-CC Triennial Conference in Beijing, China

May 17 - May 21

Theme: Transcending Boundaries: Integrated Approaches to Conservation In ICOM-CC we are excited and full of enthusiastic expectations for our next Triennial Conference. This will be the first time ICOM-CC goes to “zhōng guó”, 中国 (the Middle Country) for a conference on conservation. The theme of the conference is: “Transcending Boundaries: Integrated Approaches to Conservation”. The conference will serve as an eye-opener as well as an outstanding forum for dialogue amongst conservation professionals from all over the world. Our aim is…

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EuropeanaTech x AI Webinar Series: Qurator-ai, Curation Technologies

May 21

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…

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2021 AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo

May 24

The AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo is the only event of its scope and scale. It brings together museums of all types and sizes—from art and history museums to zoos and botanic gardens—to share ideas and make connections that are transformative. It’s a place where all museum professionals learn from one another, create partnerships, and leave inspired to make an impact on their museums, communities, and the world. The 2021 AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo (#AAM2021) is taking place virtually…

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Cultural Enterprises Conference – The Association For Cultural Enterprises

May 24 - May 27

The Cultural Enterprises Conference 2021 is now open for booking. Bringing the sector together again, this time with our dynamic and intuitive digital platform on 24 – 27 May 2021. Programme Highlights: -Connect: A full day to explore the Trade Show, engage with exhibitors and start networking with fellow delegates and speakers. -Consolidate: A full day of seminars focussed on helping you make the most of your existing business. -Create: Today’s seminars will look at new and creative ways of generating…

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