France Muséums organises in the France Pavilion “Les Rencontres” by France Muséums, a day dedicated to imagine the future concept of museums, their role and their place in our society.
In partnership with Chargeurs Museum Solutions
France Muséums, in partnership with Chargeurs Museum Solutions, is organizing a Masterclass for museum professionals. On this occasion, experts and participants will question together the advantage for each discipline to work closely from the very beginning of a project – vertically integrating knowledge, skills and experiences – and push boundaries to capture the museum visitor experience’ as a whole.
We will provide participants with the opportunity to learn from case studies presented by internationally renowned experts, with whom they will be able to exchange views. The purpose of this experience-sharing session is to provide a platform for innovative ideas to emerge and new perspectives to be explored, which will later contribute to shaping the museum of the future.
With the support of UNESCO.
France Muséums shares the conviction that museums are a considerable political asset. At the different levels of intervention, they constitute, beyond a formidable lever for development, an increasingly recognized player in living together in the different societies in which they are rooted. Their fundamental mission of protecting and enhancing heritage in the service of future generations does not reduce them to a cosmetic or superficial role. On the contrary, it qualifies them to assume a role of unprecedented long-term general interest, in areas already well identified (economy, tourism, territorial development), as well as in more unexpected areas (diplomatic, urban planning and social).
The renewed encounter of treasures from different cultures, past or present, near or far, with other audiences is indeed a remarkable opportunity for mutual understanding and personal and collective questioning of values: a crucial tool for tolerance. To achieve this, museums are more than ever listening to the expectations of increasingly heterogeneous audiences. Their success will depend in their capacity to create and implement more demanding, innovative museographies adapted to different societal contexts which are increasingly fragmented, especially in a post-sanitary crisis period. The speakers at the symposium will discuss these major issues and share their perception of the museum of tomorrow.
OPENING KEYNOTE – 2:00 PM
HE Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak, Chairman of the Department of Culture and Tourism Abu Dhabi
ROUNDTABLE – BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE: THE UNEXPECTED CHALLENGES OF THE MUSEUM – 2:20 PM
Moderator: Sandra Lagumina, Deputy Managing Director of Méridiam and President of the Board of Directors of France Muséums
- Lazare Eloundou, Director of the Culture and Emergency Situations Program, UNESCO
- Kyung Wook Kim, Chairman and CEO, Incheon International Airport Corporation (Seoul, South Korea)
- Lina Ghotmeh, Architect
BREAK – From 3:35 PM to 3:45 PM
OPENING KEYNOTE – 3:45 PM
Laurence des Cars, President and Director of the musée du Louvre (Paris, France)
ROUNDTABLE – SERVING A MESSAGE: A PLACE OF UNIVERSALITY AND A PLACE OF DIVERSITY – 4:00 PM
Moderator and panelist: Pap Ndiaye, Director, Palais de la Porte Dorée – National Museum of the History of Immigration (Paris, France)
- Nathalie Bondil, Director of the Museum and Exhibitions Department at the Institut du monde arabe (Paris, France)
- Katrina Sedgwick OAM, President and Director of the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (Melbourne, Australia)
- Shirin Frangoul-Brückner, Founding Partner and Managing Director of Atelier Brückner (Stuttgart, Germany)
- Vincent Campredon, Director of the musée national de la Marine (Paris, France)
CLOSING KEYNOTE – 5:40 PM
The museum of today for tomorrow – Hervé Barbaret, CEO of France Muséums
This event's partner
As an international museum consultancy, France Muséums supports the transformation of cultural organizations by drawing on its unique expertise and network in France and abroad.