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International Museums Conference India 2018

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Museum Technology Trade Fair/ Awards
Heritage-Preservation (29-30 March 2018.New Delhi. India)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 16 Nov. 2016, New Delhi: The Museum world will meet in the cultural India. The Art Culture Festival announces Museum India Conference/Trade Fair /Awards for the International Museums will be held at the capital city of India, New Delhi at Exhibition centre in March 2018.
The International Trade Fair for Museum Technology, More than 3,600 museum professionals from all corners of the world representing 122 countries, regions and international organizations are expected to attend this major event for the world museum community. Event will sets the Bar as the Field’s Most Important Meeting Place in the art culture industry. Other countries expected, invited are from France, Italy, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, Sweden, Slovenia, Latvia, Hungary, the Czech Republic .
Conference
Conference will provide museum professionals with a unique opportunity to exchange idea. It will bring together the best and the brightest in the cultural India. The organization’s International Committees will hold meetings on several scientific and academic topics related to museum professions and specific museum fields. By getting involved in international missions, we’ll be able to shape the bright future of Museums worldwide.
A global conference for the future of museums where regions and international organizations are expected to attend this major event for the world museum community. The organization’s International Committees will hold meetings on several scientific and academic topics related to museum professions
and specific museum fields. Special invites display / presentations from Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Ceylon and the world. The forum for building culture will be devoting time to the history of the India, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh architectural heritage from times.
They will go to show how multifarious the historic monument preservation and restoration sector is in the region context. This exhibition will be exploring the cultural memory and concepts of historical identity. Many of the internationally active companies present at MUSEUM INDIA are major players of the sector,

Global subjects of historic monument preservation and restoration in the professional programme high-calibre conferences, specialist events, panel discussions and expert talks will take place; best-practice examples from national and international restoration and historic monument preservation projects will be presented. The conference intends to promote contemporary art from Indian and subcontinent art and the world in addition to the cross-disciplinary mix of exhibitors, visitors can expect a high-calibre international
professional programme at museums event.

Trade fair. Museum Technology
Four exhibition areas, institutions and companies from all relevant segments of the culture market present new products, solutions and concepts revolving around exhibiting, restoration and cultural heritage.

a) The presentation platform for start-ups Carrying history further which methods and technologies are best suited for the preservation on cultural heritage?
b) Preserving the unique, what new techniques are there for securing heritage buildings and works of art even better for future generations? What has proven itself in practice over a longer period – and what hasn't? How can digital technologies help, for example, with surveying? Providers present products and solutions revolving around the restoration and preservation of heritage buildings and works of art in the exhibition area Preservation.
Staging through video, interactive media and graphic representation. Staging experiences how “virtual reality” does and "augmented reality" applications allow completely new visitor experiences? How can virtual online exhibitions sensibly complement a real visit to a museum? India’s capital will come to life with a plethora of cultural events, digital audio-visual display and workshops of museum works which are not
possible to exhibit.

MUSEUM DAY
The ACF along worldwide community of museums/ week will celebrate India museum day on and around May 18.2018.

Awards
Under the auspices of the Council of museums and ACF Aim of the Museum of the Year Award is to recognize excellence in the museum scene The Awards will to a museum which contributes most
directly to attracting audiences and satisfying its visitors with unique atmosphere, imaginative interpretation and presentation, solutions and concept revolving around exposition, restoration of cultural heritage and digital audiovisual display. Both large and small museums, public and private ones, and whatever their subject or their nationality: they all showed outstanding public quality and changed the standard of quality in museums. This event will be covering a range of medium and concepts, from emotional to
spiritual, installation, social musings in sculptures and digital art.

The International Conference on the Museum is pleased to offer delegates a selection of optional activities to help enhance the conference experience, a unique selection of tours and act.
Invitees have been curates who provide excellent opportunities to further connect with colleagues and to provide one-of-a-kind experience that highlight the conference host country India through an offering of local culture heritage outings and excursions.
Call for Presentations, Research Papers. Association, Collaborations and Tie up with International NGO and Trade associations Worldwide etc We invite proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, virtual lightening talks, virtual posters, or colloquia addressing themes you specialise in.
The conference hash tags are #ACF and #InternationalConferenceIndiaMeet2018

For more information visit, http://www.artculturefestival.in.
Supported by – Museum Associations ,www. artculturefestival.in, Heritage Monuments Association Archaeology Society, Museum technology Council .


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