Seminars/Workshops at MUTEC 2020
ICOM Deutschland Young Professionals I November 5, 2020 I Tagungsbereich Messehaus, M1/2
ICOM Germany cordially invites all students, volunteers, freelancers or museum staff who have not been on the job for more than five years to a one-day conference on the topic of “museum work critical of discrimination” and the further development of the young professionals network.
HTW Conference "Let land win" I November 5, 2020 I Tagungsbereich Messehaus, M3
The conference “Let Land Win. Rural Museums Between Rejection and Appreciation” discusses possible solutions to the challenges of small and medium-sized museums and similar institutions such as hometowns and home associations in rural regions. The aim is to offer the museums impulses and resources for their practice, but also to honor the work they have already done.
Speakers from different scientific disciplines will shed light on various aspects of the topic, but employees from rural museums will also share their experiences of museum practice in the country and their wealth of knowledge. The conference will be organized by students of the master's program in museum management and communication the HTW Berlin.
IIIF Outreach Event | November 5, 2020 | Tagungsbereich Messehaus, M4/5
In recent years, the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) has developed a technology that enables digitized cultural objects to be made available online in a convenient and technically interoperable manner. Together with the IIIF community, the Leipzig University Library is organizing an IIIF outreach event at MUTEC.
There are also presentations:
- Bavarian State Library Munich
- Austrian Gallery Belvedere, Vienna
- Saxon State Library - State and University Library Dresden
- University Library Leipzig
General meeting VerA | November 5, 2020 | CongressCenterLeipzig, Saal 5
The general meeting of VerA, the association of exhibition designers in Germany, takes place this year at MUTEC. All members and everyone who wants to become a member is welcome!
Depot planning courses of Prevart GmbH I November 6, 2020 I Tagungsbereich Messehaus, Pressemeetingraum
Dr. Joachim Huber has been involved in the preservation of cultural assets for more than 20 years as part of Prevart GmbH - Concepts for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, Winterthur (Switzerland). As a museum planner, he was significantly involved in the preparation and planning of over 100,000 sqm of depot space for museums of all genres in the German-speaking area.
Courses for the Recovery of Cultural Assets I November 6, 2020 I CongressCenterLeipzig, Seminarraum 6/7
Karin von Lerber has been dealing with the topics of disaster response and disaster mitigation for cultural assets since the early 1990s. She provides the insights gained in her own rescue experience and discussions with the fire brigade, civil defence and museum experts in her courses.
Continuing Education Conference of the Saxon Association of Museums I November 6, 2020 I Tagungsbereich Messehaus, M3-M8
Every autumn, the Saxon Museum Association holds an advanced training conference on current museum topics. Also this year the conference will take place parallel to the MUTEC. Participation for members only.
More details about registration soon.
Herbsttagung des AK Volontariat im DMB I 6./7. November 2020 I Tagungsbereich Messehaus, M1/2
Die Herbsttagung 2020 des Arbeitskreises Volontariat im Deutschen Museumsbund e. V. richtet sich inhaltlich auf Fragen der rechtlichen Stellung des Volontariats in Museen und Gedenkstätten. Der Bundes-AK wird zudem den Stand seiner Projekte vorstellen, wie eine geplante Auszeichnung für Museen oder das aktuelle „Volobotschafter-Projekt“.
Bei der jährlichen Herbsttagung treffen sich der Bundes-AK Volontariat und die Landessprecher*innen der regionalen Arbeitskreise und Arbeitsgruppen von Volontär*innen.
Teilnahme nur für Mitglieder.
Weitere Details zur Anmeldung in Kürze.
Fundraising seminars I November 7, 2020 I I 1.00 - 2.30 pm ICongressCenterLeipzig, Seminarraum 6/7
"A request for donation is appreciation - How fundraising can inspire culture."
Donations are not intended to fill budget gaps for museums, archives, libraries and cultural institutions. That is not well received. Donations are a binding tool for users and fans. An expression of user appreciation for the culture. But for that you have to create perspectives and enable participation. Then it becomes viable support - even in times of crisis. The speaker presents donation and membership campaigns for cultural institutions and reports on successes and mistakes in practice.
A binding registration at www.kulturgut.fundraisingtage.de is required to participate.
The seminar is free of charge.