Marketplace of Exhibitions and Ideas
Our Annual Conference also includes the popular Marketplace of Exhibitions and Ideas, as a forum in which delegates can share information about exhibition projects under development for touring opportunities.
ICEE, the International Committee on Exhibitions and Exchanges, builds bridges within the community of Exhibitions and Museums. The committee organizes several events, as conferences and annual meetings, to show and stimulate the evolution of exhibitions and exchanges practices.
2015 ICEE Annual Meeting
Get Connected! New markets, audiences and perspectives in exhibition exchange
URGENT - Travel Grants for ICOM members in Africa to ICOM ICEE Conference
2015 ICEE Annual Conference
November 16-19, Cape Town, South Africa
The ICEE is thrilled to announce this year’s conference Keynote Speakers:
Wim Pijbes, General Director, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Marilyn Martin, Independent Writer, Curator, Senior Scholar at Michaelis School of Fine Art and Former Director of Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town
Find out more about the conference and register today at www.icee2015.org.za
Exhibition Exchange Futures for South Africa Pre-Conference Workshop
November 16, 2015 -District Six Museum
Join colleagues from South African Museums in a lively day of discussions around the development of exhibitions and fostering prospective relationships for exhibition exchanges locally and internationally.
Organised by ICOM South Africa and the South African Museums Association in collaboration with the ICEE.
Register today at www.icee2015.org.za
ICEE Conference Market Place of Exhibitions and Ideas-Call for Participation!
November 18, 2015-Martin Melck House
Reserve your spot today for our popular Market Place conference session that provides a platform for attendees to share and promote their exhibition projects and ideas.
Contact email@example.com to sign up as a Market Place presenter.
2014 ICOM INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR EXHIBITIONS AND EXCHANGE ANNUAL CONFERENCE:
New Museums, New Partners and New Incentives in Exhibition Making and Exchange
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