Join us for the fourth year to learn and connect with 2,000+ members of the museums, cultural heritage and DAM community. Learn how today's infrastructure and technology supports art and culture, and how a Digital Asset Management system is becoming the creative link between technology and art.
You’ll hear keynotes from the industry's leading experts, participate in panel discussions, and network with fellow professionals. We will address key topics such as Integration with Digital Collection Management and Web CMS Systems, Metadata and Accessibility, Digital Preservation, Taxonomies, User-Experience, Governance, Rights and Rights Management, AI and Machine Learning, Onboarding, Workflow and more.

Never has there been a more vibrant motivation for the museum community to come together, share experiences and celebrate a collective sense of togetherness.

Registration includes:

  • Live Q&A – the chance to get your questions answered by the experts
  • Access to the online event platform with presenter profiles and networking opportunities
  • A museum specific vendor exhibition with 1-on-1 demos
  • Roundtable discussions with your community in the lounges
  • Unable to attend? Watch the sessions anytime with recordings available to view on-demand

This event aims to empower you with the knowledge of how DAM systems are transforming the way museum professionals manage rich media files, centralizing assets so that employees can easily upload, share and access them whenever and wherever they need. Find out just why GLAM needs a DAM!

What others say

HS DAM events provide me with a welcome opportunity to learn from colleagues, make new connections, and reflect on what I can do to improve my institution's DAM environment.

Gwendolyn Saul
New York State Museum

HS DAM events provided a very affordable (free) and easy way to learn more about DAMs and connect with peers in the field.

Pat Seymour
The Andy Warhol Museum

This event was informative and engaging. It covered technical aspects of DAM in an accessible manner. The Q&A sections were well moderated, and I am very pleased I made time for attending.

Lizzie Hensman
Horniman Museum