Global Perspectives on ExhibitionExchange: The ICEE Platform

Track
Exhibit Planning & Design
Start Day and Time
Tuesday May 9 10:30-11:45 a.m.
Venue and Meeting Room
225 America's Center
Description
In our global society, museums must communicate with impact and clarity, simplifying messages and using innovative tools to effectively transmit big ideas to different audiences. Four museum professionals, members of the ICOM's International Committee for Exhibitions and Exchange (ICEE), will stimulate discussion by sharing relevant examples of best practices and innovation in the traveling exhibition field. The session will provide a multicultural and multidisciplinary platform for exchanging ideas and discussing relevant topics related to the development, circulation, and exchange of traveling exhibitions.

Exhibit Planning and Design track generously supported by Monadnock Media

Learner Outcome
  1. Learn from the exchange of ideas/discussion of relevant topics related to the development and circulation of traveling exhibitions.
  2. Learn from members of the ICOM ICEE what elements are considered essentials for the success of traveling/touring exhibitions.
  3. Learn best practices and challenges from relevant examples of traveling exhibitions in the international museum community.
Speakers
Presenter: 
Amanda Mayne
Role: 
Presenter
Title: 
International Engagement Manager
Organization: 
The British Museum
Bio
Amanda Mayne International Engagement Manager The British Museum. London, United Kingdom Amanda Mayne is responsible for marketing the British Museum's portfolio of International Touring Exhibitions to potential host venues and partners in North America, Central South America, Europe, Scandinavia, Oceania, Japan, Korea, India and the Middle East. She has extensive project management experience of International Touring Exhibitions.
Presenter: 
Antonio Rodriguez
Role: 
Moderator
Title: 
Museum Consultant
Bio
Antonio Rodriguez, Consultant, Traveling Exhibitions & International Programs. Washington DC-USA. Antonio Rodriguez is a senior-level consultant with more than 20 years of experience in museums, traveling exhibitions, and partnership development. He is the Chair of the AAM Latino Network Professional Committee, and also serves as Chairman of the Board of the ICOM's International Committee for Exhibitions & Exchange,ICEE.
Presenter: 
Hillary Spencer
Role: 
Presenter
Organization: 
American Museum of Natural History
Bio
Hillary Spencer Assistant Director of Global Business Development and Director of Traveling Exhibitions Operations. The American Museum of Natural History, New York, USA In her role at AMNH, Hillary Spencer manages the operational infrastructure and business strategy for the traveling exhibitions program. In her nine years at AMNH, she has cultivated key relationships with venues, vendors and curators around the world.
Presenter: 
Lourdes Ramos
Role: 
Presenter
Title: 
President & CEO
Organization: 
Museum of Latin American Art
Bio
Lourdes Ramos Executive Director and Chief Curator Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico (MAPR). San Juan, Puerto Rico Lourdes Ramos is the Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico (MAPR), in San Juan, Puerto Rico one of the largest and most prominent Latin American cultural institutions. The MAPR actively presents national and international exhibitions and collects art from the mid-17th though the 21st centuries.
Presenter: 
Myriam Springuel
Role: 
Presenter
Title: 
Director
Organization: 
Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service-SITES
Bio
Myriam Springuel Director Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES). Washington DC, USA Myriam Springuel brings 30 years of experience in museum management to her position as director for SITES. Springuel is a frequent presenter at conferences, has published in museum journals and newsletters, served on grant review and national advisory committees, and has also served on the boards of professional and nonprofit organizations.