Museums Association | Digital Futures: Embracing New Strategies

The Covid pandemic has changed our understanding of digital engagement and forced museums to think more creatively about how to reach and connect with different audiences. Hear from a wide range of expert speakers and discover how they have experimented with digital engagement during the pandemic.

Learn about practical case studies and opportunities to ask questions and discuss some of the issues affecting your museum, the programme addresses online abuse, acting ethically and digital poverty. A panel discussion examines what we have learnt from the pandemic – and looking ahead to where innovation and opportunity may lie.


Kati Price, Head of Digital Media, V&A

Dafydd James, Head of Digital Media, Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales

Linda Spurdle, Digital Development Manager, Birmingham Museums Trust

Katie Moffat, Head of Digital, Audience Agency

Pete Austin, Assistant Director Communications and Marketing, Imperial War Museums

Anjana Khatwa, Wessex Museums Engagement Lead

Sarah Younas, Digital Producer, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums

Megan Jones, Digital Engagement Officer, Leeds Museums and Galleries

Ashley March, Digital Editor (Learning), Museum of London

Steven Franklin, Digital Engagement Officer, Egham Museum

Simon Stephens, Head of Publications and Events, Museums Association (Chair)

Tamsin Russell, Workforce Development Officer, Museums Association

Read more information about the event and register here.

Date: 29 April 2021 | Time: 11:00-16:00 | Location: Online on Zoom

Museums Association is a dynamic membership organisation that campaigns for socially engaged museums and a representative workforce. 

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