MCN 2024

About the Conference

October 22–24, 2024
Lawrence, Kansas

Join us this fall for MCN 2024, hosted in partnership with the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas, as we bring together cultural heritage professionals from museums and historic sites from North America and beyond. Following the success of last year’s conference, MCN 2024 provides an engaging space for museum professionals to connect, share knowledge, and explore the latest advancements in digital technologies for museums.

We’re finalizing the details now, but this year you can expect:

  • Two days of insightful sessions ranging from technical deep dives to illuminating case studies.
  • Networking opportunities to connect with colleagues and build lasting relationships.
  • An evening reception, museum tours, and our signature event, Ignite! 

Stay Tuned! A call for proposals opens this spring, with conference registration following soon after.

If you have any conference questions, please reach out to us at [email protected]. We look forward to seeing you at MCN 2024!

Call for Proposals

We invite proposals highlighting innovation, emerging work, and critical themes in museum technology. Proposals are being accepted for:

Before submitting your proposal, be sure to review the requirements for the call for proposals. This details session types and requirements, and how our program committee reviews sessions.

For questions about the call for proposals process, please email [email protected].

Photos of Lawrence, KS, credit eXplore Lawrence

Conference Location

We’re excited to be holding the MCN conference in Kansas for the first time! The conference is hosted in partnership with the Spencer Museum of Art, located on the University of Kansas Lawrence campus. With a global collection of more than 48,000 works, the Spencer is a vibrant forum for object-centered research and teaching, creative work, and transformative public dialogue.

Further details about the venue and travel suggestions will be provided in the coming weeks. For questions, please contact [email protected].

Support MCN 2024

Could you or your business help support our vibrant muse-tech community? Much of our strength comes from the diverse range of museum and commercial professionals in our community—help us foster even closer ties. Learn more about becoming a Community Partner by emailing [email protected].

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