Who Should Attend?
Engage in forward-thinking discussions and explore the strategies museums are employing to care for their collections. Collective Imagination is intended for collections professionals such as Registrars, Collections Managers, Curators, Digital Asset Managers, and TMS/IT administrators. By bringing together the best and the brightest, Collective Imagination provides museum professionals with an exclusive, powerful and practical learning experience.
Early Bird Registration Closes
August 1, 2020
Standard and Workshop Registration Closes
September 1, 2020
Hotel Booking Closes
September 1, 2020
Kimpton Hotel Palomar
Collective Imagination 2020 will be held at the Kimpton Hotel Palomar Washington, D.C. Located in the pedestrian-friendly neighborhood of Dupont Circle, this art themed hotel is steps away from the city’s best shopping, dining, arts and nightlife.
$189 per night for a deluxe room. (Plus applicable taxes)
Please note that these group rates are only valid for your stay from November 13 to November 20, 2020, and are subject to availability. To enjoy this special group rate, your booking must be made by October 15, 20XX.
Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C.
Guests find themselves centrally positioned in one of D.C.’s most beloved and thriving, pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods, with easy access to nearby highlights ranging from 14th Street NW, Adams Morgan, and Embassy Row to Georgetown and George Washington universities. And if you’re looking to venture even farther, simply hop on the Metro, and get exploring.
A couple-minute stroll takes you to the Dupont Circle Metro station (a red-line stop). Purchase a ticket from a kiosk in the station, or buy a reloadable SmarTrip® Card online in advance (allow at least five days for delivery).
The DC Circulator stops right near us (at 19th and N streets NW), and takes passengers from Dupont Circle to Georgetown (and onto Rosslyn). This affordable and efficient bus system has several other routes, including a Smithsonian – National Gallery of Art loop that circles the National Mall.
More stuff about museums in D.C.