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CfP: Museum Ideas 2017 - share pioneering ideas

The Museum Ideas conference explores the future of museums in the era of participatory culture and exists to share pioneering ideas and spark transformative change. The sixth annual conference will take place in early October 2017 in London. The conference organisers are particularly interested in new digital initiatives, public engagement, participatory practice and social impact. 

Each year Museum-iD magazine challenges a creative group of speakers to share transformative ideas in concise, powerful talks. The aim is for delegates to be inspired by perspectives outside their own specialism and locality. What unites the conference is the quality and enthusiasm of the contributors along with their desire to share valuable expertise and experience. With a progressive attitude and international approach to professional inquiry, each year the event brings together a fascinating group of speakers and challenges them to share innovative ideas in concise, powerful talks. 

If you are interested in contributing, please get in touch with Gregory Chamberlain greg@museum-id.com. Your proposal should include the following information:

  • A working title for your presentation
  • Synopsis of your presentation - at this stage a brief paragraph is fine
  • Your name, job title and organisation

The aim of Museum Ideas is for delegates to be inspired by perspectives outside their own specialism and locality. What unites the conference is the quality and enthusiasm of contributors along with their desire to share valuable expertise and experience. 406 delegates from 24 countries took part in the 2016 conference and workshops programme - from Alaska to New Zealand, Sweden to Jamaica.

Management Topic: Miscellaneous
Cultural Area: Museum+Visual Arts
Submitted by editor-in-chief on Nov 23, 2016