MuseumNext conference

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Now in its fifth year, MuseumNext looks to bring together the leading themes, trends and related best practice with the aim of providing a clear insight into how innovation and technology are shaping our institutions and the world around us.

Expert speakers and a full program of core and related events are confirming this conference as one of the Europe’s main appointments on innovation and technology in Museums.

Venue: Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam

Learn more at http://www.museumnext.org/

 

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