Sweden | Communicating the Museum conference | call for papers
Communicating the Museum is the world’s leading arts communications conference and takes place at the Moderna Museet and other museums in Stockholm, Sweden in July 2013. A call for papers (keynote speeches and workshop sessions) on the theme of Creativity is open to arts, museums, communications professionals worldwide.
Each year CTM gathers communications professionals from over 2,500 arts organisations from 40 countries worldwide in a new cultural city. Over 3 days we organise inspiring keynote speeches, engaging panel discussions and thought-provoking learning sessions, addressing the latest trends and issues facing the world museums and the wider communications industry.
CTM offers the chance to network and learn from experts from industries outside of the museum world, such as technology, business, branding and corporate communications. We always plan an exciting fringe programme of cultural trips and excursions, evening cocktails and dinners.
Call for Papers
Submissions are now open for presentations at CTM13. Apply now in order to be considered to speak at the world's leading arts communications conference.
We are looking for the best examples of creativity and innovation to be presented at CTM13 in Stockholm.
Please submit your idea for a keynote speech, learning session or panel discussion to Marina Bradbury, Account Manager at Agenda: email@example.com
Deadline for all speaker applications: 1 February 2013
Before drafting your proposal, please take a careful look at our guidelines:
Keynote speeches: download guidelines here
Learning Sessions: download guidelines here
We waive registration fees for one presenter only. If you wish to present as a pair or a group, the additional speaker(s) must pay the registration fees.
We are not able to cover travel or accommodation for speakers.
Presentations may not be used as promotional opportunities for commercial organisations, products or software. Promotional opportunities will be available through sponsorship packages.
All papers and presentations must be in English.