2020 World Forum For Motor Museums Is To Be Held at The Revs Institute (UPDATED: Postponed To 2021!)
The 2020 World Forum For Motor Museums, a biennial meeting for motor museum professionals, principals, owners and collectors will be held at the Revs Institute between 11-14 November, 2020 in Naples Florida. It will be a joint conference of the World Forum for Motor Museums and the National Association of Automobile Museums.
The conference theme is “The Future of the Past is Collaboration.” According to Miles Collier, President of The Revs Institue: "The automobile is one of the most important objects of modern material culture, and a major, if not defining factor, in the legacy of modernity itself. Distinct from heritage which references things gone by, legacy is that stuff from the past that comes down to us for our use in the present and by subsequent generations in the future. Legacy defines the future of the past as we would like to see it. In this conference, we hope you will think about that kind of future."
All automotive museum professionals are warmly welcomed to attend this major event that presents a unique and rare opportunity to make contacts and learn with many prestigious auto museums in one place, at one time.
Official site: https://revs-wffmm-naam-2020.org/
UPDATE: Due to the pandemic, the event has been postponed to 2021!