AKCE: 3. 12. 2018

Open Up: Making More of Stored Collections

Open Up: Making More of Stored Collections

The Museums Association is pleased to announce a new event on 3 December at the British Museum exploring new approaches to designing and utilising museum stores, and mobilising stored collections in sustainable and engaging ways.

Datum konání: 3. 12. 2018
Místo konání: British Museum

The day addresses how museums can increase the accessibility and visibility of their stored collections, and how they can go about the task of storing born-digital artefacts, from archives to social media.

The day also looks at the challenges and opportunities of current capital storage projects and consider the future of museum storage in the light of the Mendoza review.

 

Speakers:

Sandra Kisters, Head of Collections and Research, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen.
Steve Trow, former member of Historic England's Executive Team and Director of Research
Christine McLean, Heritage Manager at Renfrewshire Leisure
Arran Rees, PhD student at the University of Leeds
William Kilbride, Executive Director, Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC)
Jenny Crothall, Collections Project Coordinator, National Maritime Museum

 

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