CASC 2021: Future Imperfect
A future imperfect is grounded in less perfection and more authenticity; where risk, experimentation, failure, and resiliency can be portals to discovery and innovation. In the past year, the science centre and science museum sector has faced disruption and has had the courage to evolve – to explore new ways of engaging our audiences, to acknowledge and work towards breaking down systemic barriers, and to play a vital role in supporting people across Canada during a global pandemic. A future imperfect embraces change and makes room for growth.
The CASC Board of Directors and staff would like to thank you for attending our first ever virtual conference.
We set a record with 373 registrations!
Over the course of three days, 29 speakers shared their wisdom during
3 live keynote/plenary panels and 9 pre-recorded sessions with live Q&A segments. We connected with our colleagues during 3 demo breaks and 3 social networking activities.
The conference would not be possible without our conference organizing committee, our program committee volunteers and our dynamic volunteer emcee, Ashley Larose.
We would also like to thank our generous sponsors for their support of the conference. Their financial contributions enable us to keep the registration costs low. We encourage you to work with organizations that support our industry!
We look forward to welcoming you to CASC 2022 next year!
Thank you to our sponsors!
CASC is extremely grateful to the organizations that have chosen to support CASC 2022, and would like to thank them for their generous support. Contactfirstname.lastname@example.org for information on sponsorship opportunities.