“Art is Better with You. How European Museums and Theatres Started a New Digital Era in Culture?” is an international online conference, organised by Creative Europe Desk Poland and the Andrzej Wajda Centre For Film Culture. The event will be held online on 3-4 December 2020.
Two days dedicated entirely for discussions about :
?How digital tools can help cultural institutions to be closer to their audience?
?How new technologies can make art more accessible and attractive?
?Does digitization open up new areas of creativity?
…An event about future of arts and culture in online and immersive environments
The presentations and discussion panels will revolve around two areas: Theater and other Performing Arts, and GLAM.
The conference will be held in English and Polish. A simultaneous translation and the Sign Language interpreter (Polish Sign Language) will be provided.
Please register via this application form.
Participation in the event is free of charge. The registration is open until December 2nd, 2020 (Wednesday) until 15.00.
DAY 1: ONWARDS TO DIGITAL STAGE
|DAY 1: ONWARDS TO DIGITAL STAGE|
The Digital Future of Culture
Małgorzata Kiełkiewicz, Creative Europe Desk Polska
The role of digital platforms in creating new funding models for performing arts and opera
Edilia Ganz, FEDORA
Rediscovering Shakespeare’s immersive theatre with VR and MR
Sarah Ellis, Royal Shakespeare Company
Immersive and Interactive Media in contemporary ballet
Annastina Haapasaari, Finish Opera and Ballet
How to champion digital tools to boost live shows & reconnect with your audiences
Edilia Ganz, Sarah Ellis, Annastina Haapasaari, Agata Kołacz (moderator)
DAY 2: FOSTERING A NEW MUSEUM EXPERIENCE
|DAY 2: FOSTERING A NEW MUSEUM EXPERIENCE|
Cultural industry facing a digital turnaround
Joanna Rożen-Wojciechowska and Katarzyna Ślesicka, Andrzej Wajda Centre for Film Culture (CKF)
How old collections inspire new creativity
Merete Sanderhoff, SMK, National Gallery of Denmark
Immersive experiences in the French museum ecosystem
Fabien Barati, Emissive
“With a Little Help from my Friends”. How crowdsourcing can help building communities, bond with online visitors and learn new things
Lizzy Jongma, Wikimedia Netherlands
How innovative digital policies make European museums better citizens and neighbours
Merete Sanderhoff, Fabien Barati, Lizzy Jongma, Aleksandra Janus (moderator)
The Rise of Digital Platforms in Poland
Joanna Rożen-Wojciechowska, Andrzej Wajda Centre for Film Culture (CKF)
Artur Jóźwik, City of Warsaw
Robert Piaskowski, Play Kraków
Kinga Gałuszka (moderator)
This event is supported by the European Commission and the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport.
Source of Information: Creative Europe Desk Polska
organized in partnership with :
Creative Europe Desk Poland and the
Andrzej Wajda Centre For Film Culture