DAM and Museums

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We invite you to join us for a new online event to learn and connect with members of the museums, cultural heritage and DAM community. Learn how today's infrastructure and technology supports art and culture, and how a Digital Asset Management system is becoming the creative link between technology and art.

You'll hear keynotes from the industry's leading experts, participate in panel discussions, and network with fellow professionals. We will address key topics such as Integration with Digital Collection Management and Web CMS Systems, Video, Metadata, Governance, Rights, AI and Machine Learning, Onboarding, Workflow, the COVID response and more.

Never has there been a more vibrant motivation for the museum community to come together, share experiences and celebrate a collective sense of togetherness.

Registration is free for all museum and non-profit professionals and includes:

- 10+ sessions
- Live Q and A - the chance to get your questions answered by the experts
- Access to the online event platform with presenter profiles and networking opportunities
- A museum specific vendor exhibition with 1-on-1 demos
- Roundtable discussions with your community in the lounges
- Recordings of all sessions to view on demand

This event aims to empower you with the knowledge of how DAM systems are transforming the way museum professionals manage rich media files, centralizing assets so that employees can easily upload, share and access them whenever and wherever they need. Find out just why GLAM needs a DAM!

The growth of digital assets has been phenomenal and the pace of growth AND the importance of managing and monetizing those assets is increasing with each passing month. We've seen it all - from slow incremental change all the way to rapid, disruptive, revolutionary change. We've seen it, discussed it, explored its implications and presented opinions on what to do as a consequence.

We embrace the divergence while observing the commonality of learning needs. Our speakers and panelists who are experts and accomplished leaders in DAM have this firmly in mind as they share their experiences with our audience. Their insights are practical; their work is far-reaching; they deal with how digital assets impact everyday business and what must be done as a consequence.

Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/708143-2?pid=176

Free for Professionals from Museums and Non-Profit Organizations: USD 0.0,
End-Users: USD 25.0,
Solution Providers / Consultants: USD 300.0

Speakers: Theresa Regli - DAM Industry Strategist, Analyst and Author, Jarrod Gingras - Real Story Group, David Lipsey - Conference Chair, Jane Alexander - The Cleveland Museum of Art, Catherine Devine - Microsoft, Douglas Hegley - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Jessica Herczeg-Konecny - Detroit Institute of Arts, Jessica Knight - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Monica O. Montgomery - Museum Hue, Shyam Oberoi - Royal Ontario Museum, Tim Parnin - Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Jenn Sellar - The Museum of Modern Art

Time: 10:00 - 18:00


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