Museums and the Web 2005
Thanks To Our Collaborators
Attendees Engrossed
Photo Credits

Many individuals and organizations help Archives & Museum Informatics put together MW2005. We appreciate their contributions.

Jennifer Trant and David Bearman,
Conference Co-Chairs

MW2005 Program Committee

The program for MW2005 is selected by a committee of international experts in cultural informatics. The Program Committee reviews all proposals and makes selections based on quality and balance.

Lorna Abungu

Peter Bruce
Library and Archives of Canada, Canada

Rich Cherry
Guggenhiem Museum, USA

Marthe de Vet
Mauritshuis, The Netherlands

Jim Devine
Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Scotland

Gail Durbin
Victoria & Albert Museum, United Kingdom

Franca Garzotto
Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Kati Geber
Canadian Heritage Information Network, Canada

Stefan Göbel
Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics, Germany

Susan Hazan
Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel

Eero Hyvönen
University of Helsinki, Finland

Paul Marty
Florida State University, USA

Eiji Mizushima
Tokiwa University, Japan

Kris Morrissey
Michigan State University, USA

Liddy Nevile
La Trobe University, Australia

Angeliki Panagiotaki
Hellenic Cultural Heritage S.A., Greece

Darren Peacock
University of South Australia, Australia

Xavier Perrot
Le Sorbonne / Ecole du Louvre, France

Ed Rodley
Museum of Science, USA

Stephanie A. Stebich
Tacoma Art Museum, USA

Kevin Sumption
Powerhouse Museum, Australia

Sarah Tinsely
Tate, United Kingdom

Ron Wakkary
Simon Frazer University, Canada

Bruce Williams
Canadian Museum of Nature, Canada

Karen Worcman
Museum of the Person, Brazil

Bruce Wyman
Denver Art Museum, USA


Collaborating Organizations

Canadian Heritage / Patrimoine canadien

The Government of Canada, through the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN) and Canadian Culture Online (CCO) initiatives of the Department of Canadian Heritage, is contributing expertise and funding to this event.

Patrimoine Canadien Canadian / Heritage Wordmark

Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia

The Museum of Anthropology is hosting our Welcome Reception, on Wednesday April 13, 2005.

Tour Hosts

The following institutions are hosting pre-conference tours.

  • The Vancouver Art Museum
  • Storyeum
  • Science World
  • The University of British Columbia Botanical Garden
  • Nitobe Memorial Garden at the University of British Columbia
  • The Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia