Museum Tech 2017: A Digital Festival for Museums *SOLD OUT*



Museums Association

Organiser:Museums Association
Venue:Museum of London
150 London Wall
London
EC2Y 5HN
Date(s):29.06.2017
Event cost:£55-£195

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Following on from the success of Museum Tech 2016, the Museums Association is pleased to announce Museum Tech 2017 – a jam-packed day celebrating new and emerging digital technologies that are helping to shape the way audiences experience museums and their collections.

 

This interactive seminar will feature case studies, keynotes and practical demonstrations that will shed light on how technology can be used in many diverse areas of museum practice. Delegates will have the opportunity to try out new digital tools and devices, as well as discuss the challenges and opportunities surrounding using digital technology in museums.

 

Confirmed speakers include:

 

Suhair Khan from Google Arts & Culture

Gabrielle Jenks, Director, Abandon Normal Devices

Foteini Aravani, Curator, Museum of London

Jon Pratty, Creative Network Programme Manager, Ideas Test

Andrew Larking, Creative Director, Deeson

Ronald Ashri, Technical Director, Deeson

Holly Gramazio, Game Designer and Co-Director, Matheson Marcault, Director, Now Play This festival

Katherine Biggs, Lead Digital Project Manager, Royal Museums Greenwich

Jack Ashby, Manager, Grant Museum of Zoology

Rick Lawrence, Digital Media Officer, Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

 

Chair: Matthew Cock, Chief Executive, VocalEyes


Delegates have the opportunity to meet suppliers and take part in product demos from Extensis, Guide ID, Interspectral and Surface Impressions during the registration and lunch periods. There will also be opportunities to try the Museum of London’s Minecraft experience; enjoy augmented reality experiences and trails developed for the White House Historical Association and others by Nexus Studios; and learn about a project from London Metropolitan Archives to create a museum in a box using Raspberry Pi technology and 3D printed objects.


Registration will start at 0945 and the event will finish at 1630.

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Contact:Lorraine O'Leary
Museums Association
lorraine@museumsassociation.org

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