Call For Proposals: Philadelphia Visitor Experience Conference

Now in its third year, the Philadelphia Visitor Experience Conference continues to grow and develop to address the needs of frontline staff in the Greater Philadelphia region. For the first time, the conference is accepting proposals from Visitor Engagement professionals around the region to present at October’s conference at the Chemical Heritage Foundation. Proposals must fall into the theme of the change from visitor services to visitor engagement, a positive trend of late in many area institutions. For more details, see the full call for proposals below:

Calling All Visitor Services & Engagement Professionals…

The Greater Philadelphia Visitor Experience Conference (PVEC) will be held on Monday, October 6, 2014 at the Chemical Heritage Foundation in the downtown, historic district of Philadelphia.

Drawing from the depth of museums and museum professionals in the Philadelphia area and beyond, PVEC, now in its 3rd year, continues to evolve as the field of Visitor Engagement expands and as visitor demographics, needs and organizational goals adapt to changing times. We are excited to announce the theme of the 2014 conference: “From Service To Engagement: Rethinking the Visitor Experience.”

If you are new to the field with fresh ideas, have done institutional research on visitor related topics or are a seasoned employee with extensive experience. We invite you to submit your proposal on a topic related to our 2014 theme!

The following is a list of session topics from previous years:
~Creating a cohesive department on limited funds
~How Visitor Engagement can support a museum’s mission
~The pros and cons of being on the front line
~Where Visitor Engagement finds itself in the organizational chart of an institution

Have a question?  Please visit our website or send us an email at veconference[at]gmail[dot]com!

Proposals are due by May 16, 2014.

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