Museums and the Web is the largest international conference devoted to art, science, and natural and cultural heritage online. Since 1997 it has hosted more than 20 events for museum professionals in the USA, Asia and Europe. Every year our North American conference features the best and most ground-breaking digital work in museums around the world. Its proceedings, freely available online, represent one of the largest archives on digital innovation in the cultural sector, and serve as an important resource for professionals, students and others working with museums:
In 2013 we hosted Museums and the Web 2013 in Portland with 580 attendees from 44 countries, a Deep Dive trip to learn about the ground-breaking “Gallery One” installation at the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the 2nd Annual Museums and the Web Asia conference was held in Hong Kong and Beijing, China. MWA2013 included presentations by leading technologists and museum innovators from the Asia Pacific region, North America, Europe, and the Middle East. By hosting two sequential events MWA2013 attracted more than 300 attendees from 24 countries.
2014 promises to be another busy year starting with MW Florence February 19-21, 2014 in Florence; Italy, MW2014: Museums and the Web 2014, April 2-5, in Baltimore Maryland, USA; a Deep Dive on Email Archiving in Art Museums as well as an event in the fall in Asia. Exhibitors looking to reach museum technologists from around the world are invited to sponsor, advertise, or reserve a space in the exhibit halls at these events. In addition to these well attended and well respected events we have a strong social media presence with more than 34,000 followers on twitter, 11,000 follower on LinkedIn and an extensive email list.
To allow sponsors to take advantage of these diverse events and reach hundreds of interested participants, as well reach our social media audience, we have created anew sponsorship schedule that includes your booth, print and online advertising at multiple events, drink tickets and more
Most events include exhibitor and advertising opportunities as well. Early bird rates apply for Exhibitors through December 31st, 2013 when you register for Museums and the Web 2014 (Note exhibit spaces are limited and will be provided on a first come, first served basis).
Sponsors and exhibitors may also propose an exhibitor insight session or join a parade.
If you have other ideas about how you want to participate please contact us.
We’re looking forward to seeing you in Baltimore April 2-5, 2014
Nancy and Rich
MWA2013 program co-chairs