iAV20 from the Audio Visual Cultural Forum

iAV20 from the Audio Visual Cultural Forum

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iAV20 (Intelligent Audio Visual) Online Event

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"(I'm) Looking forward to hearing the ideas that these leading companies of the industry have on how and when the events industry will bounce back from this pandemic, and also which measurements will be used by them, venues and client's to reduce exposure of technical staff without affecting the performance of team's and keeping installation times on schedule for big productions.

We have a big challenge ahead but I'm sure that we are all ready to share ideas and find solutions so we can bring events back to live!"

Andre Pachon, AVEngineer, Video editor, Live Event Producer

This year the annual conference of the Audio Visual Cultural Forum (AVCF) will happen online.

iAV20 (Intelligent AV) will take place on Thursday 30th of July. We aim to gather our members, supporters and sponsors to present a series of snapshot talks, exhibitor spaces and panels.

exhibitor rooms – stipulate that this is an opportunity to discuss the very latest product innovations directly with the companies experts. Gain insight and first-hand knowledge ahead of the main event

12.00:Welcome from Chris Power and introduction to shape of the day.

12.10 Exhibitor spaces: This is an opportunity to discuss the very latest product innovations directly with the experts in companies:

Shure UK

White Light

NEC and


Gain insight and knowledge ahead of the main event.

*Main stage breakdown as of 23rd July

14.00 Introduction by Chris Power

14.10 Shure UK

14.30 White Light

15.00 d&baudiotechnik and Recursive

15.30 NEC

16.00: 'The current state of our museums and cultural institutions in a time of change'

A selection of our members who work in our top cultural and heritage sites come together for a set of presentations and panel to discuss the above.

Including: Tate, Wellcome, Royal Academy, National Gallery, Science Museum, British Museum, V&A, Birmingham Museums Trust, ALTEC, Middlesbrough College

17.30 Harrison Award​

*Schedule subject to change

Join us, along with our supporters, recruiters Jacobs Massey, specialists from d&baudiotechnik, Shure UK and White Light LTD. Featuring AVCF members from museums, galleries and the cultural sector.

We’re going to deliver an informative and entertaining afternoon in true cultural forum fashion.

If you’ve joined us before you’ll know the great mix we put together and as we have to go virtual this year this will be a great introduction for anyone yet to sample our networking community whose guiding mantra is ‘people not boxes’.


Sponsored by the Royal Society and Shure UK

This year we will announce the recipient of the new Harrison Award in honour of the memory of David Harrison a much loved member from the Royal Society who was taken from us by COVID 19.

Reserve your place for iAV20.

Chris Power

Chairman AV Cultural Forum

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