Museums and the Web 2003
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
March 19-22, 2003
MWW2003 Preliminary Program Available
The MW2003 Preliminary Program is now available. It features over 25
sessions, 7 full-day and 6 half-day pre-conference workshops, and
dozens of demonstrations, the Crit Room and an on-site Usability Lab.
Many thanks to the Program Committee who reviewed almost three times
as many proposals as could be accepted, and to all those who proposed
Registration is Open
On-line registration is now available. Register early to ensure your
place in limited enrollment workshops.
Demonstration Proposal Deadline
Proposals from not-for-profit organizations who wish to demonstrate
their Web sites will be
accepted through December 15, 2002. Submit your proposal on-line at
Best of the Web
Nominations for the Best of the Web competition are open until
January 11, 2003. Ensure the
judges consider your favourite site. Nominate it at
Design firms, software providers, museum web developers, publishers,
digital capture houses and others
offering products and services related to Museums and the Web will be
represented in the Exhibit Hall.
Exhibitor information is available at
MW2003 will be the largest international -- and interdisciplinary --
professionals involved in creating Web sites for cultural and
Attendees at MW2002 'loved the mix of curators and geeks'
and called it it the 'friendliest, most pertinent conference'.
We hope to see you in Charlotte!
jennifer and David
David Bearman and Jennifer Trant
Co-Chairs, Museums and the Web 2003
Archives & Museum Informatics mw2003archimuse.com
158 Lee Avenue, Toronto ph: +1 416 691 2516
Ontario, M4E 2P3 Canada fx: +1 416-352-6025
Partner & Principal Consultantphone: +1 416 691 2516
Archives & Museum Informaticsfax: +1 416 352 6025
158 Lee Ave, Toronto
Ontario M4E 2P3 Canadahttp://www.archimuse.com
CONF: Museums and the Web 2003, March 19-22, 2003 (Charlotte NC). In: ArtHist.net, Dec 5, 2002 (accessed Mar 23, 2023), <https://arthist.net/archive/25382>.