ICAMT – International Committee for Architecture and Museum Techniques


22 August 2022, 16:00–17:30, Prague Congress Centre


Organizing committees: DRMC, ICAMT

Museum Techniques and Risk management

Cultural institutions suffer in the wake of dramatic, sometimes fatal, natural, or political events. Current examples can be found in countries such as Afghanistan, Ukraine, Brazil, and Syria. But disasters can occur anywhere. How do museums prepare themselves and what can we learn from museum professionals in the midst of or the aftermath of a dramatic series of events? In this joint session, we wrap ourselves around the complications of preparing for worst-case scenarios – while always aiming for the best! Potential speakers are invited to focus on everything from risk assessment and management to experiences of how to plan an orderly course of action for the event of a catastrophe.


23 August 2022, 14:30–16:00, Prague Congress Centre


Organizing committee: ICAMT


The urgency of climate change is no longer in question. How can the museum sector contribute to the international commitments from COP 21? Architecture, building refurbishments, heating and ventilation systems, exhibition design: Every part of the museum field is relevant. But ecological sustainability is just one piece of the bigger puzzle. For this session we also ask for papers focusing on social sustainability and financial sustainability on an institutional and a society level. This session will be an opportunity to discover initiatives and innovations that foreshadow the museum of tomorrow.


23 August 2022, 16:30–18:00, Prague Congress Centre


Organizing committee: ICAMT

Exhibition Design + Digital interventions in Museum Architecture

Where does the building stop and the exhibition begin? As immersive, digital installations become an ever more important part of the exhibition design, new opportunities emerge to shape the relationship between the museum building and the displays that it houses. Augmented, virtual and mixed reality place the visitor, the objects and the building right into contexts that otherwise would have to be merely imagined. Projections on walls, roofs, floors and architectural details can make the building part of the exhibition in ways that enhance the museum visit and highlight the architectonical qualities. In this session, we dive into contemporary examples of digital presentations that merge with the building, create new experiences and invite the visitor to interact with data and information physically and digitally.




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