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AM2 DIARY DATES


9-11 SEPTEMBER 2015 GCSA International Conference and Trade Show QEII Conference Centre, Westminster, London, UK 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, and see what’s on flat and dome screens, as well as see what’s in production and development, while gaining insight from industry leaders. Sessions cover marketing, production and post-production, alternative content, digital for domes and more. The trade show will also allow visitors to meet with distributors. Email: kelly@ giantscreencinema.com Tel: +1 919 346 1123 www.giantscreencinema.com


26 SEPTEMBER 2015 MuseumNext Indianapolis Indianapolis Museum of Art, US In September 2015, the incredibly popular MuseumNext conference will come to the US for the first time, bringing with it exploratory talks on engaging visitors with new technology and industry trends. Email: europe@iaapa.org Tel: +43 22 162 915 www.IAAPA.org/EAS


8 OCTOBER 2015 The Annual National Conference of Visitor Attractions 2015 QEII Conference Centre, Westminster, London, UK The Annual National Conference of Visitor Attractions (VAC) is the pre-eminent event for all types of visitor attractions in the UK. VAC is run by the industry, for the industry and is firmly established as the key place to meet and network with contemporaries and to participate in an innovative and stimulating programme. Email: info@vac2014.co.uk Tel: +44 (0) 20 8748 8868 www.vac2014.co.uk


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Siggraph showcases next gen technology, attracting exhibitors from all around the world


9-13 AUGUST 2015 Siggraph 2015 Los Angeles Convention Centre, Los Angeles, California, US The annual Siggraph conference is a five-day interdisciplinary educational experience in the latest computer


graphics and interactive techniques including a three-day commercial exhibition that attracts hundreds of exhibitors from around the world. Email: registration2015@siggraph.org Tel: +1 805 677 4286 www.s2015.siggraph.org


6-8 OCTOBER 2015 Euro Attractions Show 2015 Svenska Massan Exhibition Center, Gothenburg, Sweden With innovative ideas and products from more than 425 exhibiting companies from around the world, join colleagues and industry leaders for the premier conference and exhibition designed specifically for international attractions professionals. Email: europe@iaapa.org Tel: +43 (0) 22 162 915 www.IAAPA.org/EAS


20-23 OCTOBER 2015 World Waterpark Association Symposium & Trade Show Palm Springs Convention Center, California, US The WWA’s Annual Symposium & Trade Show brings together hundreds of water leisure owners, operators, developers, designers and manufacturers for four days of education, networking and exhibiting – the only event specifically for waterparks. Email: aezra@waterparks.org Tel: +1 913 599 0300 www.wwashow.org


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5-6 NOVEMBER 2015 Museums Association Conference & Exhibition 2015 ICC Birmingham, UK The event is the largest event of its kind for museum and heritage professionals in Europe with more than 1,500 attendees from all over the world coming together to discuss the key issues affecting the sector. There will be more than 90 stands bringing the latest practice, technology and hardware from suppliers and consultants. Email: europe@iaapa.org Tel: +43 22 162 915 www.IAAPA.org/EAS


16-20 NOVEMBER 2015 IAAPA Attractions Expo 2015 Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida, US With more than 27,000 people in attendance, IAAPA 2015 is the premier conference and trade show for the global attractions industry. The event features new products from 1,000 exhibiting companies and includes a variety of educational sessions. Tel: +1 703 836 4800 www.IAAPA.org


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