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Registration now open!

 

We invite you to join us in Valletta, our capital city and UNESCO world heritage site, this coming October. You can join us in presence or online, whichever works best for you!

We encourage you to take the early-bird online registration (now available until 31 July 2021), then switch to in-presence closer to the date (by 1 September 2021) if you decide to travel to Malta for the conference. Your in-presence registration would include a welcome reception, coffee breaks and all the amenities and facilities of an international conference venue in Malta's historical capital city. You can check the latest updates on the COVID-19 pandemic situation in Malta on this link.  

 

The price range includes special concessions for students and early-bird registrations. Student and ICOM member registration is a flat rate for both online and in presence in order to encourage participation. It also includes exclusive access to online content until June 2022, featuring recordings of all presentations and discussions which you can revisit at your convenience.  Last but not least, registration comes with an invitation to publish in the Malta Review of Educational Research (MRER), an international peer-reviewed journal of the Faculty of Education that shall be going for a special supplement Issue on ‘Shaping Museum Futures’ in 2022.  

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The bi-annual conference is an international project developed jointly by Prof. Carmel Borg and Dr Sandro Debono at the Department of Arts, Open Communities and Adult Education (University of Malta). The conference seeks to inform the Department’s vision for and its active advocacy towards democratising the museum space and develop new museum models that are inclusive and polyphonic.