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AM2 DIARY DATES


17-20 JUNE 2014 IAAPA Asian Attractions Expo 2013 China National Convention Center, Beijing, China Join colleagues and industry leaders for the conference and exhibition designed specifically for attractions professionals in the Asian market. Take your business to new heights with the knowledge, connections and expertise you'll find at the 2014 Expo. More than 250 exhibiting companies from around the world offer valuable face-to-face time with more than 5,000 professionals representing the attractions industry from more than 60 countries. Tel: +1 703 836-4800 www.IAAPA.org


18-20 JUNE 2014 MuseumNext Newcastle, Gateshead, UK Now in its sixth year, MuseumNext brings 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. The conference in Gateshead will offer three streams of presentations, workshops and conference sessions, as well as a series of fringe events. www.museumnext.org


10-14 AUGUST 2014 Siggraph 2014 Vancouver Convention Centre, Vancouver, Canada The Siggraph conference and exhibition is a five-day interdisciplinary educational experience including a three-day commercial exhibition that attracts hundreds of exhibitors from around the world. The conference's installations provide close-up views of the latest in digital art, emerging technologies, and hands-on opportunities for creative collaboration. Tel: +1 805 677-4294 http://s2014.siggraph.org/


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The TEA’s SATE Academy Day will take place in Copenhagen’s Tivoli Gardens


12-13 JUN 2014 SATE Academy Day Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark A series of presentations will take place over two days from invited guest speakers including Arne Kvorning and


Tivoli management. The event will cover the European and Middle East division of the TEA. Attendance is free for members, while non-members can attend for a fee of €25 (US$34, £20) Phone: +1 818 843-8497 http://lei.sr?a=I9O0q


20-23 SEPTEMBER 2014 GSCA International Conference and Trade Show Toronto, Ontario, Canada The three-day event attracts hundreds of visitors to learn more about giant screen audiences from the results of the GSCA Audience Research Survey. Attendees can view the latest new films on flat and dome screens, as well as see what's in production and development, gain insight from industry leaders and exchange best practices. Sessions cover marketing, production and postproduction, alternative content, digital for domes and more. The trade show will also allow visitors to meet with distributors. Tel: +1 919 346-1123 www.giantscreencinema.com


9-10 OCTOBER 2014 Museums Association Conference & Exhibition 2014 Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, Wales The exhibition is the largest event of its kind for museums and heritage professionals in Europe and is free to attend. Around 70 companies will


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be exhibiting, covering all aspects of museum work from displays and showcases to exhibition design, lighting to retail, merchandising to ticketing, and insurance to collections management. The exhibition will feature a number of MP workshops, giving visitors a chance to hear from leading museum professionals about the latest practice across all areas of the museum sector. http://www.museumsassociation.org/


APRIL 26–29 2015 2015 Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo Atlanta, US


The annual meeting and expo held over three days looks at how museums can gain an innovation edge, and how they can to engage, support and sustain innovation in communities. Visitors can learn how museums serve as engines of innovation, with examples of the best recent innovations in education, and thelatest innovative models in conservation, exhibitions, audience engagement, development and more. Tel: +1 202 289-1818 www.aam-us.org


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