December 28, 2018
Go International! The Challenge of Creating International Exhibitions ICEE Annual Meeting
Go International! The Challenge of Creating International Exhibitions
ICEE Annual Meeting
October 24-26, 2011
Deutsches Historisches Museum
Dear ICOM members,
Dear ICEE members,
Dear colleagues and friends,
On behalf of the ICOM/ICEE board, I invite you to join us for our 2011 ICEE – International Committee for Exhibitions and Exchange – Annual Meeting, hosted by the Deutsches Historisches Museum in Berlin, Germany, from October 24th to October 26th 2011.
The ICEE board, in close collaboration with colleagues in Berlin, is planning three days of keynote addresses, panel sessions, study tours and many networking opportunities including our well known Marketplace of ideas and exhibitions around the general theme of “Go International! The Challenge of Creating International Exhibitions.”
During this inspiring meeting, we will discuss new challenges in exhibition development in a global context. Also, we will take a closer look at new museum concepts in Berlin, including the Neues Museum, the Museumsinsel, the Humboldt-Forum and other exciting venues.
Again this year, we will hold our traditional “Marketplace of exhibitions and ideas” as one highlight of our meeting and our touring day in museums and exhibitions.
A program of Study Tours will provide valuable “behind the scenes” access to exhibitions currently on view in Berlin. Program updates will be posted on the ICEE new website (<http://WWW.ICEE.ICOM.MUSEUM>)
As the ICEE board works toward the next ICOM Triennial Conference in Rio de Janeiro in 2013, we encourage each of you to forward this announcement to all colleagues who might be interested in joining us in Berlin this year.
See you all in Berlin, the Deutsches Historisches Museum, 24th – 26th October 2011 with a reception at the DHM on the evening of the 23rd!
Dr. Anne-Catherine Hauglustaine-Robert
Chair of ICOM/ICEE
Head of Coordination Jardin des Sciences
University of Strasbourg, France
And the board members : Nicolas Gauvin (Canada), Amy Bornkamp (USA), Carina Jaatinen (Finland, Chair of ICOM-Finland), Marlies Kleiterp (The Netherlands), Christoph Lind (Germany), Xiuqin Zhou (USA), Alex Susanna (Italy), Lydia Kitungulu (Kenya) and Nancy Zinn (USA).
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