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Next Generation Summit

Available On-Demand

Trusted by leading museums

Since 2009 MuseumNext has welcomed speakers from around the world to share their work and the ideas that shape it. We’ve grown into a platform for inspiration, innovation and conversation with more than 10,000 members.

In July we continued this work with a new virtual conference that highlighted young voices worth listening too.

The Next Generation Summit brought together 30 presentations by young museum professionals, students, and freelancers to share fresh perspectives, new ideas, and original strategies guaranteed to inspire.

Highlights included presentations on accessibility, representation, workers’ rights, sustainability, audiences, and technology.


  • Watch from anywhere on-demand.
  • Get actionable advice that you can put to work in your museum right away.
  • Hear new ideas from exciting new voices.
  • Discover the latest trends and ideas in museums.
  • Be inspired and get excited about your work again.
  • Connect with like minded people through our MuseumNext members area.
  • Get full access to recordings of all the presentations for 12 months.

Available on-demand











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