Special offer for AIM Members – Museum Ideas Conference

UPDATE: Sept 2014: ONE MONTH TO GO AND STILL A FEW DISCOUNTED TICKETS LEFT FOR AIM MEMBERS.

Museum Ideas 2014 International Conference: Original thinking from museum innovators globally

AIM has been offered discounted tickets for up to 20 of its members to attend this major, international museum conference at the Museum of London on 2nd October 2014.

Discover the latest groundbreaking ideas about participatory practice, leading-edge digital innovation, original storytelling, interpretation and exhibition design, progressive public engagement with inventive and inclusive programming, integrated visitor experiences, plus pioneering new thinking for audience development, collections, leadership, curatorial practices and the future of museums.

Museum Ideas 2014 will bring together hundreds of leading museum innovators from around the world to share the latest insights and developments globally. Hosted by event partner the Museum of London, this leading international conference presents a valuable opportunity for professional inquiry and development with a packed schedule of progressive sessions from leading thinkers in the global museum community.

There are 20 preferential rate tickets available exclusively to AIM members. These tickets are £137, or £117 each when two tickets are reserved by the same organisation at the same time. Standard rate tickets for the event are £197 so the offer provides a significant saving. Contact the conference organiser directly to reserve your ticket(s): Gregory Chamberlain greg@museum-id.com 

 There are more details about Museum Ideas 2014 International Conference here

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