Beyond the Obvious creates a space to rethink culture, to explore its borders and edges and aims to move beyond those conventional assumptions, beliefs and practices that impede the contribution of culture to social and economic regeneration at a local, national, and European level.
Hosted by the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, the summit "Internationalism after the end of globalisation" will play the dual role of a conference and a workshop session to review and develop theoretical and practical responses to neoliberal globalisation.
Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities (DCDC) 2019 will focus on "Navigating the digital shift: practices and possibilities". Hosted by The National Archives, Research Libraries UK and Jisc, DCDC is a collaborative conference series that brings together colleagues from across the archive, library, museum and academic sectors to explore shared opportunities, collective challenges, and to discuss how each sector can work more effectively with one another.
Culture Business Sydney will address issues facing arts fundraisers today, focusing on philanthropy, corporate sponsorship, organisational structure, and new revenue streams to provide fundraisers with the tools to take their fundraising to the next level.
Business of Design Week (BODW) organised by Hong Kong Design Centre brings some of the world's most outstanding design masters and influential business figures to Hong Kong. BODW 2019 will feature the UK as the 2019 official partner country and will showcase the best of British design, led by the Department for International Trade (DIT) and GREAT Britain Campaign.
Organised by students of the Cultural Leadership Research Master Programme at the University of Groningen, Netherlands, the Arts and Cultural Management Conference for Students and Young Professionals will focus on "Curating Europe", dealing with the role of curators and cultural management trends in the European cultural sector.
The 22nd International Conference on Cultural Policy (ICCP) will be held in 2020 to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Cultural Policy.
The Commonwealth Association of Museums' 2020 Triennial International Conference, “Living Forward, Looking Back: Museum Practice for Postcolonial Futures”, will explore issues of difficult histories in post-colonial societies.
The American Alliance of Museums' Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo in 2020 will feature the theme "A Bridge to the Future" and will focus on museums' potential to ally with other sectors to address intractable social and economic problems.
The 21st International Conference on Cultural Economics will be held in 2020 in Lille, focusing on cultural policy with keynote presentations and special sessions involving cultural institutions and policymakers to discuss this topical area.
The Fifth Biennial Conference of the Association of Critical Heritage Studies' theme – Futures – aims to engage seriously and critically with the often stated aims of heritage to address the concerns of future generations.
The next Culture, Health and Wellbeing International Conference will be held in Bristol in 2021 and is aimed at those working with or interested in learning more about the arts/heritage/creativity and health/wellbeing.
The third edition of REMIX Academy Perth will explore the trends shaping the future of the creative economy in Western Australia: from cultural tourism to the future of work, new models for cultural organisations, to data insights and more.
The theme of the tenth Nordic Conference on Cultural Policy Research (NCCPR) is "Culture and the Periphery: Nordic Cultural Policy and its Margins", and will focus on cultural peripheries and questions concerning marginal culture, definitional boundaries of cultural policy research, and fringes in cultural politics.
Queering Memory: ALMS Conference Berlin 2019 is an international LGBTIQ+ conference that will explore the potentials of generating publicities for queer archives, libraries, museums, and special collections, with a special focus on the arts and artistic interventions.
The 12th Annual Conference of the International Society for Cultural History will address the theme of "Global Cultural History".
AIMAC is the oldest and largest association dedicated to the management of arts and culture and hosts a biennial conference.
The 38th Annual AAAE Conference will take place in Madison, WI, hosted by the Bolz Center for Arts Administration at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on “The Future of Arts Administration Education: Evolution, reinvention, and transformation”.
The 2019 conference of We Are Museums will be held in Katowice, Poland, at the Museum Slaskie, focusing on “Next-Door Museums”: examining how local communities can breathe life into cultural spaces and how they, in turn, become a focal point for communities and individuals.
Brokering Intercultural Exchange is an AHRC funded network of researchers, policymakers, and arts and cultural management practitioners who are interested in developing greater critical discourse on the contribution of arts and cultural management to intercultural understanding. The annual conference will bring together researchers from different fields as well as practitioners who are keen on investigating these ideas through presentations and discussion.
The annual Archiving conference by the Society for Imaging Science and Technology will bring together imaging scientists and those working in the cultural heritage community as well as in government, industry, and academia to discuss the most pressing issues related to the digital preservation, preservation, and access of 2D, 3D, and AV materials.
The CAS Annual Conference will be held on "Re-writing the Canon?" and will bring together scholars, curators, and museum professionals to consider significant recent initiatives in collecting, exhibitions and display, and the issues they raise.