About the ICOM ICEE 2018 Webinar Series
The 2018 ICOM ICEE Webinar Series consists of six 60-minute web seminars (webinars) that showcase relevant examples of best practices and innovation in the exhibition field. The webinars will cover a wide range of topics related to exhibition exchange including development, production, tour management, and logistics. Each live webinar will include:
• Scheduled live program featuring key subject matter expert presenters
• Additional resources made available before and after each webinar
• Recording made available to participants, and available for archived viewing
Our goals for the series are to:
• Bring together members of the ICOM global community including representatives of national and international committees, regional alliances, and ICOM affiliated organizations as well as other museum and exhibition professionals worldwide.
• Encourage exchange of ideas, experiences, lessons learned, challenges, and best practices accessible to museums of all sizes and disciplines around the world.
Who can participate?
ICEE webinars are free and available to ICEE individual and institutional members, and the ICOM global community including members of national and international committees, regional alliances, and ICOM affiliated organizations.
Based on availability, the webinars will be open to other non-ICOM museum and exhibition professionals worldwide. Registration is required. Participants will be asked to provide their ICOM membership ID during registration.
ICEE and ICOM institutional members are encouraged to host local Webinar Watch events inviting staff members and other local museum professionals to watch the webinars. The Webinar Watch events will contribute to increase the exchange of ideas and will bring together local museum and exhibition colleagues. If you are interested in hosting a Webinar Watch event, please contact the ICEE team at email@example.com. A Webinar Watch event consists of networking with local colleagues, participation in a group viewing of the live webinar, and post-webinar facilitated discussion. Further guidelines for hosting a Webinar Watch event will be provided.
Learn about the ICOM ICEE Webinar Series and How it Works on June 21
ICEE will offer a live informational webinar on Thursday, June 21,10:00 -10:30 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST), to help introduce the webinar series to global participants who may not be familiar with this type of online learning opportunity. This welcome webinar will be presented live, and will be recorded for later access.
2018 Summer Schedule
El Qué, Cuándo, Dónde, y Por Qué de las Exposiciones Itinerantes
(The What, When, Where, and Why of Exhibition Exchange) (Webinar in Spanish)
Traveling Exhibitions & International Programs Advisor
Chairman of the Board, ICOM ICEE
Thursday, October 12, 2018 10:00-11:00 a.m. EST
Registration opens August 13
Sign up HERE to receive the registration announcement as part of the ICEE monthly newsletter!
Webinar Watch Events
We encourage ICOM institutional members, museums and other similar institutions to host local Webinar Watch events. A Watch Event is an opportunity for a host institution to invite colleagues, staff, and local colleagues to network, watch the live webinar together, and engage in post-webinar discussion about the topic. There are few requirements for the host, other than to register for the program, set up a room and equipment, invite colleagues, and facilitate discussion. The ICEE team has prepared a set of guidelines to help museums to host a successful onsite and online experience
The schedule for the second part of the series will be announced in early September.
Registered participants receive access instructions prior to live event. All ICEE live webinars feature text chat, audience interactivity, and access to presentation handouts and other resources. All webinars are recorded and archived for later access (ICEE members only). The schedule for the second part of the series will be announced in early September.
ICEE Webinar Series Moderator
Advisor, Career and Professional Development for Museums
ICEE Special Advisor on Building Capacity Initiatives
Greg Stevens is a highly-regarded leader in museum professional development, career coaching, and mentoring. Mr. Stevens directed the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) Professional Development program between 2007 – 2018, addressing career management, leadership development, and skills-building for museum colleagues.