As part of the ‘Citizen Heritage’ ARC-funded research project, next year we are holding an international symposium in Melbourne: ‘Digital GLAM: Galleries, Libraries, Archives & Museums’ on July 14-15, 2016. The event will bring together cultural institutions, historians, heritage practitioners and digital designers. The symposium will be hosted in the Melbourne School of Design, at the University of Melbourne.
The symposium will provide a forum to discuss:
- The projection of collections or other cultural artefacts into physical places beyond the traditional institutional reach;
- New intersections in digital spaces between expert knowledge, curatorial practice and citizen-generated content;
- Pathways and approaches to the design and development of new technologies;
- Understanding and evaluating digital impacts and significance;
- Critical reflections on the shaping of new digital identities for GLAM institutions.
At this stage, confirmed international and national speakers and institutions are:
Professor Sarah Kenderdine, UNSW
We are currently inviting a number of other experts and practitioners in digital interaction design, and key GLAM institutions to join the event as speakers. So we expect to have a vibrant audience to make for a stimulating event and provide a valuable exchange of experience and knowledge in digital techniques within the GLAM network.
We will keep updating the site with more news as it comes, please look under the ‘Symposium’ tab for more. If you would like more information about the event, please get in touch with us at: