Last days to register for CIMAM 2019
This must-attend event for museums and gallery professionals arrives at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia from 15–17 November.
Join us as we bring together directors, curators and visual arts professionals from across the globe to discuss key issues and sector trends, make industry connections and experience Sydney’s art and culture.
Over three days this year’s conference, titled The 21st Century Art Museum: Is Context Everything, will unpack the evolving relationship between museological practices and values, and investigate how museums must act to remain relevant, innovative and accessible.
Registrations close on 30 September. We look forward to welcoming you to the CIMAM Annual Conference and the MCA in November.
Past, present and future in Miami Pérez Art Museum
Miami Director Franklin Sirmans leads us through Miami’s infamous history into the museum’s contemporary place in representing a city and its desires.
Go beyond the walls. Queens Museum
Director Sally Tallant shares her experience in bringing the community into the museum at Serpentine Gallery and now in one of New York’s most diverse boroughs.
Build your professional network
Take advantage of this rare opportunity to engage with industry leaders from around the world, sharing knowledge and best practice advice while extending your networks.
Cultural walking tours
Step into Australia’s Indigenous history in Redfern – a site that remains a key meeting place for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people throughout the country.
Join the post-tour to Queensland
Dive into Queensland art and culture in this conference-exclusive two-day program from 18–19 November. Visit QAGOMA – one of the leading institutions for Australian and Asian-Pacific contemporary art; Milani Gallery and Artist Studios – one of the best galleries in Brisbane; and the Institute of Modern Art – the oldest contemporary art space in Australia.
Take a day cruise to Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island) and experience Aboriginal culture in a sharing of dance, creation stories and local language. Registration closes 30 September.