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Digital Exhibitions Summit

16 - 17 December 2024

Virtual Conference

Trusted by leading museums

Our audiences have a growing expectation of digital,shaped by their experiences as consumers and the rapid adoption of technology.

How are museums bringing technology into their galleries?From immersive storytelling to games, augmented reality to robots, the Digital Exhibitions Summit will share important trends, the latest strategies and inspiring projects fromaround the globe.



All MuseumNext conferences now come with flexible learning as standard. That gives you access to recordings of all the presentations on-demand for 12 months.


  • Find answers and get advice from our speakers with live Q&As.
  • Easy to fit into your busy schedule with on-demand access to all the talks for 12 months.
  • Learn where to focus your energy by hearing about what has worked and what hasn’t for similar organisations.
  • Discover the tools and techniques that can save you time and energy.
  • Energise your team with new ideas and technologies.
  • Connect with like-minded people through our MuseumNext members area.

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Johanna Meyer

Very beneficial, relevant to our work and worth attending

Johanna Meyer
Jules Jansen

I really enjoyed all of the content, all the speakers had interesting subject matters to discuss and I was able to learn a lot from each of them about how they do things and learn from these projects. The format of having a prerecorded video presentation followed by a live Q&A was really nice, alongside having the live chat function.

Jules Jansen
John Hamzah

The Digital Exhibitions Summit was a great opportunity to see what other galleries and Museums were doing with Digital. Q and A was especially good to get an idea of the problem that had been faced and how barriers were overcome, as well as to get an idea of cost and time involved. I especially liked that it was online and I could dip in and out around meetings in the office.

John Hamzah