Sponsors

Syx Ticketing offers complete ticketing systems including software for ticketing, POS, bookings and registrations for cultural heritage, museums, theatres, amusement parks and zoos.

DOOR helps cultural organisations become future proof with new presentation forms, digital storytelling and experience design. We create unique, immersive experiences for your visitors - both online and offline - placing them right in the middle of the story. Surprise your regulars and introduce your museum, theatre or festival to a whole new crowd.

Zumtobel, a leading international supplier of integral lighting solutions, enables people to experience the interplay of light and architecture.

Wezit is a software solution dedicated to all the stakeholders engaged in the museum visit experience. The platform can be associated with custom software development services, creating the back end of a continuous experience from one device to the other. Wezit facilitates the creation of transmedia components, for an unforgettable visitor experience.

Glasgow University is delighted to offer a new Master of Museum Education. Sign up and ensure that you design and develop effective educational experiences based on sound understanding of educational theory and practices.
(Full and part-time study available and face-to-face and distance learning)

Het Nieuwe Instituut’s activities are an investigation into what a new museum could be. Our vision of the museum is that of an eco-system of users and a variety of ‘products’ including exhibitions, conferences, collaborative activities, online documentaries, online research dossiers, publications, excursions and performances.

The Kunsthal in Rotterdam is one of the icons of modern architecture and is visited every year by large numbers of architecture lovers from all over the world.

The world-famous architect Rem Koolhaas designed the Kunsthal in 1988-1989 in conjunction with the project architect Fuminori Hoshino from the Rotterdam firm of architects OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture).

Art Fund believe in the transformative power of art – for museums, for their audiences and for wider communities. Since 1903 we’ve supported museum and gallery collections across the UK. Today we provide funding, training, promotion and networking across four main areas of activity in order to help turn your ambitions into reality.