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Online Event - Asia Society 2021 Arts & Museum Summit: Reimagining Museum Narratives in the 21st Century
October 15, 2021
Nov 17—19, 2021, Online
Early bird registration is now live! Register before October 18 to save $50 USD and attend the summit at the early bird price of $150 USD. Starting October 18, the registration rate is $200 USD. Registration includes access to all summit events and an electronic copy of the 2021 Arts & Museum Summit publication, Reimagining Museum Narratives in the 21st Century, a compendium of essays by featured speakers expounding on the topics covered across the summit.
Join us from November 17–19, 2021 for a dynamic convening of curators, artists, and museum and arts professionals—online!
The 2021 Arts & Museum Summit will feature presentations, panel discussions, and workshops by leading arts professionals from the Asia Pacific region and beyond.
About the Asia Society Arts & Museum Summit
The 2021 Summit, Reimagining Museum Narratives in the 21st Century, will focus on issues relating to decolonization in the arts. Some of the topics to be explored include decolonizing curatorial practices, re-negotiating art historical narratives, and deconstructing the legacies of regional colonial histories. Explore the agenda and speakers here. Please note the agenda is subject to change.
The biennial Asia Society Arts & Museum Summit brings together arts and museum professionals from around the world to discuss timely issues across the field. The Summit is intended to identify and navigate the challenges and opportunities within the evolving arts ecologies across Asia and its diaspora, and engenders professional networks and collaborative exchange amongst arts professionals internationally.
This program is made possible with support from the Getty Foundation and the Terra Foundation for American Art through the Elizabeth Glassman Fund for International Museum Partnerships.