Stockholm: Michael Culture Workshop: Virtual exhibitions

Stockholm: Michael Culture Workshop: Virtual exhibitions

Sweden

23 May 2012 – Events organised by Michael Culture

Cultural institutions are increasingly recurring to exhibitions that fall outside the traditional space and time parameters, and are instead staged on IT platforms. Virtual exhibitions are more and more used by museums, holders of cultural funds, as well as artists to diffuse their works. This approach is not new, but the means, technologies and methodology evolve very quickly and allow today the design of new virtual exhibitions.

Virtual exhibitions are available at any moment, with contents of a validated and attested quality, allowing new forms of cultural exploration. Thus, they give the opportunity to promote cultural content beyond physical and social boarders.

The workshop, organised in the framework of Linked Heritage, will contribute to the sharing of best practices examples and innovative projects on virtual exhibitions.

Venue
National Archives
Fyrverkarbacken, 13
102 29 Marieberg
Stockholm – Sweden

Timing
16:00 – 18:30

PROGRAMME

 

16:00 – 16 :30
Michael Culture presentation
Christophe Dessaux, President

16:30 – 16:50
Virtual exhibitions: MiBAC experience and the INDICATE case study
Maria Teresa Natale

16:50-17:05
Presentation of the Swedish exhibition agency – Riksutställningar

Project presentations:
French project : Lascaux, phare de Cordouan
Israeli project

Questions and answers

www.michael-culture.eu
www.linkedheritage.eu

Coordinator:
Istituto centrale per il catalogo unico delle biblioteche italiane

Viale Castro Pretorio 105
00185 Roma, Italia
tel. 39 06 49210427
fax 39 06 4959302
info[at]linkedheritage[dot]org

 

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