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Collective Imagination 2021

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Collective Imagination 2021 is the premier Collections Management conference hosted online by Gallery Systems.

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Make New Connections at Collective Imagination

Collective Imagination is Gallery Systems' International Users Conference, attracting museum professionals from all over the world.

Attendees come away with new connections within the cultural heritage community, new insights into Collection Management, and a better understanding of the TMS Suite.

Now taking place online, Collective Imagination 2021 is sure to be the most popular edition of Gallery Systems' conference yet, as participants from all over the world will have the opportunity to network with more of their peers than ever before.

Which Ticket and Track to Select?

Please only select one Registration ticket:

  • Using TMS and TMS Collections? Select Client Registration

or

  • Using EmbARK? Select EmbARK Registration

All Clients who registered with their business email address will have access to the free sessions given by Gallery Systems' Leadership team and those generously presented by our esteemed Guest Speakers.

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Please note that to pay by Credit Card, you must select PayPal as the payment method. The next window will give you the option to pay by PayPal or by Credit Card.

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Gallery Systems has been helping the finest museums and cultural institutions become more efficient and streamline their daily workflows since 1981. We provide fully integrated solutions for collections management, web publishing, conservation documentation, and digital asset management. Gallery Systems serves more than 800 clients worldwide, from private collections and museums, to corporate and university archives.

 



 

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