This conference seeks to present the latest thinking, actions and initiatives that modestly or radically depart from the traditional mold of curator/object-central spaces. We are keen on showcasing the latest developments in the museum landscape, be they conceptual initiatives or projects that are happening and evolving in the now, and which may well inform, influence and define the museum, particularly with regards to climate change, artificial intelligence and future technologies, but not just. We are open to anything that is absolutely unreasonable to predict a reasonable future for museums.
We welcome contributions from scholars, museum curators and directors, think-tanks, institutions and others working in the museum sector who act as or support game-changers in the sector.
In the case of a paper proposal, you need to provide a title and an abstract (not more than 300 words) for a 25-minute paper, your name and surname, affiliation (if any), a short bio note (not more than 200 words), and four keywords that best capture the essence of your paper proposal.
In the case of a poster proposal, you need to provide a title and an abstract (not more than 300 words), your name and surname, affiliation (if any), a short bio note (not more than 200 words), and four keywords that best capture the essence of your poster proposal.
We are open to any topic which has museum futures as it's focus but specifically looking for contributions on artificial intelligence, climate change and democratizing the museum institution.
Contact adress for submission of abstracts is muzexum.edu.mt
Further information: https://www.museumfutures.net
CONF: Shaping Museum Futures (Valletta, 4-6 Nov 20). In: ArtHist.net, Feb 16, 2020 (accessed May 6, 2021), <https://arthist.net/archive/22657>.