Traveling Exhibition Meeting & Marketplace [TEMM]
November 28th, 2019, Rome, Italy
RO.ME – Museum Exhibition is pleased to announce the launch of the “Traveling Exhibition Meeting and Marketplace” [TEMM], a special insight within RO.ME, to be held on November 28th 2019 at the Rome Fair.
Over the past decade, the number of international treaties, agreements and joint ventures between states, local authorities, museums, cultural institutions and companies has increased significantly, with loans of individual art works, cultural partnerships, exchanges and rentals of travelling exhibitions. This phenomenon is due to the strong growth in the number of museums (there were 25,000 in 1975, there are more than 80,000 today) and exhibition spaces without permanent collections (it is estimated that they are almost 200,000), whose offer system is focused on exhibitions often provided by third parties. In a global market still lacking of safe figures, good practices and shared rules, new comers with significant investments and relevant art heritage but not exposed regularly, emerges the need of marketplaces to facilitate the exchange, presentation and co-production of traveling exhibitions and exhibition partnerships, to allow the match between museums/producers and the venues.
Italy, the nation that invented the concept of cultural diplomacy in the Renaissance, and, Rome, its eternal capital, are the ideal places to bring together innovative and dynamic players, to reflect on facts & figures, to discuss key trends, foster the market building process.
TEMM is an international event that aims to connect players that want to produce, present and propose projects of traveling exhibitions. An appointment where you can have insights and share trends, innovative contents and key-figures, present your programs in an international marketplace, profiled with the most representative museum and non-museum buyers. Networking is the key factor of the event, the participation of operators at the marketplace is based on criteria of quality and international representation. Figures that will take part at the event: non-profit producers, commercial producers, members of ICEE- The International Committee for Exhibition Exchange, private museums, shopping/retail centers with exhibition space and hybrid spaces producing traveling exhibitions.
The programme will include a market overview, a round-table with some of the main international players, a presentation session of Italian museums projects of traveling exhibitions, a pitch playground where each institution/producer has 10 minutes to illustrate their catalog of projects, and – amarketplace with a one-to-one business matching with 20-minute slots.
Special registration fees:
FOR-PROFIT DELEGATE RATE
€ 500 + VAT
NON-PROFIT DELEGATE RATE AND ICOM MEMBERS
€ 100 + VAT
The rate includes the full access to meeting & marketing programme, as well as catering and social event. Participation in the event includes an entry-fee that will give access to the dedicated area, materials and to the B2B agenda.
TRAVELING EXHIBITION MEETING & MARKETPLACE
KEYNOTE SPEECHES: Insight on the international market of traveling exhibitions
- Francesca Polo, ICEE- Vastari Group
- Guido Guerzoni, Bocconi University
Thursday 28 November
Chair Paolo Campione, director of Museum of Cultures, Lugano.
- Giuseppe Pastorelli, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
- Ministry of Heritage and Cultural Activities.
- Mario De Simoni, Ales S.p.a.
- Qian Qian, China Museums Association Exhibition Exchange.
- Olivia Oldroyd, Victoria & Albert Museum.
- Thomas Clement Solomon, MondoMostre.
- Linda Carioni, Contemporanea Progetti.
- Christina Schwartz, SITES-Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service.
Thursday 28 November