Collective Imagination (CI) is fast approaching, and early bird tickets are 75% sold out. Be sure to take advantage of this discount before January 31, and join us on April 18 and 19 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

CI 2016 is our ninth international users event, and the only conference of its kind. Developed specifically for users of The Museum System (TMS), CI gives this vibrant community of collection management professionals an opportunity to explore new trends in museum technology, make valuable professional connections, and be inspired by tales of how organizations of all types use TMS to improve their collections management.

At CI 2016, you can participate in:

Two full days of TMS-driven discussions, case studies, best practices, and networking opportunities on April 18 and 19. This year’s program explores themes such as:

  • Tracking Provenance Research
  • Managing Time-Based Media
  • Handling Parent/Child Records
  • Hosting TMS in the Cloud
  • Implementing TMS Conservation Studio
  • Examining the eMuseum API
  • Reporting and Analysis Frameworks

View the full agenda here.

Post-conference workshops on April 20 and 21. This exclusive curriculum of specialized TMS training features courses including:

  • SQL 101 for TMS
  • Crystal Reports Mastery
  • Introduction to TMS Conservation Studio
  • eMuseum Configuration

Click here to see the full schedule of workshops and to secure your seat.

Travel Arrangements

Special CI room blocks have been set aside at The Lucerne New York. To enjoy the group rate, your booking must be made by March 17, 2016. For more travel details, click here.

Currently, CI 2016 attendees represent over 35 collections spread across 5 countries; don’t miss this chance to connect with TMS users from institutions all over the world. Visit the CI 2016 website for more schedule information and registration details, and to save up to 15% from now until January 31, 2016.