Find Your Inspiration at the Museum Ideas 2016 International Conference

Museum Ideas 2016 International Conference
London, UK | October 6, 2016

Museum-iD Magazine hosts their fifth annual Museum Ideas conference on October 6 at the Science Museum, London, IMAX Theatre. This year’s conference focuses on The Future of Museums in the Era of Participatory Culture, with the intention to “inspire delegates with perspectives outside their own specialism and locality.”

A series of pre-conference workshops and seminars are available to attendees free of charge, and are taking place from October 3-5 at the Museum of London. Gallery Systems’ Jon Thristan is hosting the workshop Improving Messy Situations: A Very Brief Introduction to Soft Systems Thinking and Practise, on Monday October 3, providing a hands-on introduction to identifying actions, which are both effective and do-able, and improving the complexities of working between museums and partner organizations.

Attracting global attendees and speakers, Museum-iD is a day of powerful talks exploring innovative digital initiatives, progressive public engagement, participatory practice, and the future of museums. This year’s speakers include Ken Arnold, Creative Director, Medical Museion, Copenhagen; Onur Karaoglu, Director, Museum of Innocence, Istanbul; Jennifer Scott, Director, Jane Addams Hull-House Museum, Chicago; and Gallery Systems’ clients JiaJia Fei, Director of Digital, Jewish Museum, New York, and Shyam Oberoi, Director of Technology & Digital Media, Dallas Museum of Art.

Tickets to Museum Ideas 2016 are limited, closing out at 400 attendees. To learn more and secure your seat, click here.


About the Author:

Sheena Archer is the Director of Marketing at Gallery Systems and has over 10 years of experience in Marketing and Communications for technology companies. Sheena holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and a diploma in graphic design. When she’s not building marketing plans, designing websites or interviewing clients, you can find her growing vegetables, walking the world’s cutest dog or attempting to turn herself into a human yoga pretzel.