The Asia Pacific Network of Science & Technology Centers (ASPAC) is an association of science centers, museums and related organizations, with a regional focus on the Asia Pacific region. This year The Mind Museum in Manila, in the Philippines, is going to host ASPAC’s annual conference. Dr Zahi Hawass will be joining this science camp alongside Christoph Scholz, Director of SC Exhibitions.
On April 27 Dr Hawass will participate to the panel “MARKETING or FUNDRAISING TEAM INSPIRATION: What are the examples of campaigns from other fields that inspire your own marketing or fundraising campaigns?”
With regards to his participation to the panel, Dr Hawass said: “The Children Museum in Cairo was built completely through fundraising, without any money from the government. It is a great museum for the education and entertainment of children. It is located in Heliopolis and explains the past, present, and future of Egypt. The museum’s garden allows kids to take part in different learning activities, the most important being excavation, through which children learn how to make a discovery. We fundraised for the construction of this museum through the exhibition of Tutankhamun, a powerful young pharaoh that captures the hearts of people all over the world, and the hat of an archaeologist – my famous explorer’s hat. How did we do this? Join the panel and I will tell you.”
On April 28 Dr Hawass will sign his latest book “Discovering Tutankhamun – From Howard Carter to DNA”, as a free give away for all delegates (while stocks last).
He added “I am very much looking forward to my first trip to the Philippines.”
Further information on www.aspac2015.com.
April 27th, 2015
Panel “MARKETING or FUNDRAISING TEAM INSPIRATION: What are the examples of campaigns from other fields that inspire your own marketing or fundraising campaigns?”
April 28th, 2015
Venue: The Mind Museum, Manila http://www.themindmuseum.org/
Official Website: www.aspac2015.com