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Digital Exhibitions Summit

5 - 6 December 2022

Virtual Conference

Trusted by leading museums

Confused about how to incorporate digital into your exhibitions, not sure where to focus your attention for the best result?

This two day virtual conference will give you the direction and guidance that you need to move forward with confidence.

From immersive exhibits to audio guides, virtual reality to robots, over two days you’ll learn about the important trends and get up to date on the latest strategies, techniques and technologies.


  • Get actionable advice that you can put to work in your museum right away.
  • Be inspired and get excited about the new possibilities that digital learning offers museums.
  • Hear what’s worked for other and where you should focus your time.
  • Discover the tools and techniques that can save you time and energy.
  • Get full access to recordings of all the presentations until the end of 2023.
  • Connect with like minded people through our MuseumNext members area.

Watch the Digital Exhibitions Summit live or on-demand




Bring everyone in your museum



For one person to attend



Discounted rate for freelancers



Discounted rate for students



David Glasser

A platform for uninhibited fresh thinking with a really effective balance between the fresh technical and fresh thinking - nothing less from Museum Next!

David Glasser Ben Uri Gallery and Museum
Magnus Jensner

The MuseumNext conferences, whether it is live or digital, always manage to gather a great variety of people and speakers. It is always very accessible, held in a friendly including spirit which promotes good dialogue and discussions between speakers and audience. You're always looking forward to attending the next conference or gathering.

Magnus Jensner Hallands Konstmuseum
Lu Spriggs

Absolutely top-notch conference. All the talks I attended were informative and valuable, giving me not only aspirational motivation but also a lot of practical, applicable advice and insights. I can't wait for next year!

Lu Spriggs The Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens