Nov 2016
 
Helyszín
Hungarian National Museum
Múzeum krt. 14–16. Budapest (1088)

After three successful events we are organizing the 4th MUZEUM@DIGIT Conference in the Hungarian National Museum on 22-23. November 2016.

This year the conference aims to focus on the connection between museums and creative industries, namespaces and digital cultural heritage. Besides this we will also give place to returning topics such as digital solutions in museums and aggregation. 

Like in previous years, the conference will be international, as we can welcome guest speakers from Latvia, Great Britain and Croatia. We're also expecting many attendees from abroad. 

Beside the presentations we also intend to provide an unique opportunity to the enterprises operating in this area to demonstrate their profiles. Attending our conference presents a great value and an excellent opportunity to meet industry experts and professionals from Hungary and other European countries as well.

This year the conference is going to host again the AVICOM event, the International Audiovisual Festival on Museums and Heritage (FIAMP) 2.0. The festival highlights the best achievements in the world of museology and the awards ceremony will be held in the Hungarian National Museum. You can register for the festival until 4th November.

 

Schedule

22. November

9:00-10:00

Registration

10:00-10:20

Conference opening

Carina Jaatinen, ICOM Executive Board Member

Benedek Varga, Director of the Hungarian National Museum,
Chair of the ICOM Hungarian National Committee

dr. János Tari, Chair of AVICOM

10:20-10:40

Ineta Zelča Sīmansone

(Think Tank Creative Museum)

Museums and creative industries. What’s it all about?

10:40-11:05

Tom Pursey

(Flying Object)

Experience art with all your senses

11:05-11:25

John Cheeseman

(Mosman Art Gallery)

Bungaree's Farm - Mosman Art Gallery

11:25-11:45

Questions

11:45-13:15

Lunch

13:15-13:35

Dr. Alessandro Califano

(OSACA)

Museums' role in fostering and managing geographically related

cultural heritage digital information surveys. Based on a Central

Asian case study

13:35-13:55

Nadja Valentinčič Furlan

(Slovene Ethnographic Museum)

Films in the Slovene Ethnographic Museum and on its webpages

13:55-14:15

András Török

(Fortepan)

 More and Less Than a Museum: Success and Failure at Fortepan

Online Archive

14:15-14:35

Zoltán Szatucsek

(National Archives of Hungary)

Preservation of digital records - The E-ARK Project

14:35-14:50

Questions

14:50-15:20

Coffee break

15:20-15:40

Aleš Kapsa

(Museum of John Amos Comenius)

MUSAIONfilm - 2017: the 20th year of festival of the museum's

films

15:40-16:00

Dr. János Tari

(AVICOM)

The change of the interactive digital interpretation of cultural heritage

in museums, pilot study result of winners 2000 and 2015 F@imp

festivals in Budapest

16:00-16:20

Ildikó Sz. Fejes

(Hungarian National Museum)

Museum festival in the digital age. The AVICOM F@IMP

multimedia festival

16:20-16:40

Krisztina Vágó

(XPONIA)

Digital wayfinding solutions in museums

16:40-17:00

Questions

17:00-18:00

GuideNow tour

18:00

F@IMP 2.0 award ceremony

19:00

Reception

 

23. November

09:00-09:20

Ádám Horváth

(Hungarian National Museum)

How to make your data public domain

09:20-09:40

Dr. István Szakadát

(Technical University of Budapest)

The potential of national namespaces

09:40-10:00

Rudolf Ungváry

(National Library of Hungary)

Development of a geographical name area – methodology of

admission of place names

10:00-10:20

Questions

10:20-10:50

Coffee break

10:50-11:10

Dragos Bem Neamu

(National Network

of Romanian Museums)

Digit soup for museums

11:10-11:30

Pavel Kats

(Europeana)

Aggregation Innovation in Europeana

11:30-11:50

Marcin Kłos

(Historical Museum of Gdańsk)

Digitization in Polish museums – an overview from various

perspectives

11:50-12:10

Lada Dražin-Trbuljak

(Museum Documentation Centre)

The experience of the Museum Documentation Centre (MDC) in the

development of a digital museum platform: we want our website to

bring the Croatian museum community to life online

12:10-12:30

Questions

12:30-14:00

Lunch

14:00-14:20

Martha Henson

(freelancer)

Can museums make good games, and should they?

14:20-14:40

Michael Faber

(Open-Air Museum

of the LVR – State

Museum of Cultural

Anthropology)

Digital/audio-visual media for guests with special needs – Examples

of the development in German Museums

14:40-15:00

Karina Durand Velasco

Virtual workshops in Latin America – Lessons on heritage,

museums and cultural management

15:00-15:20

Questions

15:20

Conference closing

Add to calendar 2016-11-22 2016-11-23 UTC MUZEUM@DIGIT 2016 After three successful events we are organizing the 4th MUZEUM@DIGIT Conference in the Hungarian National Museum on 22-23. November 2016. This year the conference aims to focus on the connection between museums and creative industries, namespaces and digital cultural heritage. Besides this we will also give place to returning topics such as digital solutions in museums and aggregation.  Like in previous years, the conference will be international, as we can welcome guest speakers from Latvia, Great Britain and Croatia. We're also expecting many attendees from abroad.  - Zsolt László Márkus markus.zsolt@sztaki.mta.hu

Contact

Email
markus.zsolt@sztaki.mta.hu
Phone
+36 1 279 6191

Representation role

MTA SZTAKI participates at the event as an exhibitor.

The GUIDE@HAND Budapest mobile application developed by developer the eLearning Department provides support to the conference.