Join us! There are a number of ways in which you can become part of the MCG community.
Come to our events
We’ve been running events on museum technology for years, but our close links with practitioners and our wider community help make our conferences the best place to hear about upcoming technologies and how museums are integrating digital into everything they do.
Join the discussion – subscribe to our email discussion list
Join over 1,500 fellow museum professionals by signing up to our active and supportive email discussion list. It’s a forum for a diverse group of professionals from museums, galleries, cultural heritage and higher education to ask questions and share knowledge about digital technologies and services in museum contexts.
Once you’ve subscribed, you can post to the list simply by sending an email to MCG@jiscmail.ac.uk.
If you would just like to receive occasional updates about activity such as our annual conference and other events, you can subscribe to our email newsletter.
Get involved – become an individual member
Individual membership is free, and members receive discounted registration rates for our conference and other events. They also have the opportunity to steer the direction of the group through participation in our AGM.
To join simply complete the online form at the bottom of this page, or you can join when you next register for one of our events (and still benefit from the discounted rate).
Support us – become a corporate member
Corporate membership is available to any organisation – the current annual corporate membership fee is £262.50. Corporate members receive reduced rates for its delegates at our events. To become a corporate member simply use the online form below or join and pay when you sign up for one of our events. An address is required for us to invoice your organisation.
Corporate Members play an important role in supporting MCG, its community and mission. Current corporate members include Museum of London, Wellcome Trust, National Museum Wales, Audience Agency, System Simulation and University of Cambridge Museums.