On Friday November 22 2019 the Rijksmuseum will host the Sharing is Caring X Conference in Amsterdam. A first draft of the programme and more information about registration and how to submit a lightning talk can be found on the Rijksmuseum website.
We are pleased to announce that the programme will include a presentation by Prof. dr. Erma Hermens, Rijksmuseum Professor of Studio Practice and Technical Art History, University of Amsterdam (UvA). She will talk about the Technical Art History Research. Her presentation will be followed by a private tour – after closing time – of the restoration and scanning of the Night Watch in the Gallery of Honour.
Note that we have extended the deadline to submit the abstracts for a 5 minute lightning talk till October 20 2019.
Early bird tickets (EUR 70,00) are available until October 27 2019. Regular fee ticket (after October 27 2019): EUR 100,00. Limited number of student fee tickets: EUR 35,00.
The aim of the one-day conference Sharing is Caring X Amsterdam on Friday 22 November 2019 is to exchange ideas and best practices among heritage institutions that have opened up their digital collection content or want to do so in the future.
The main topic will be expanding open collection data, addressing the next challenges for museums in making findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable the full context of collection objects, with a focus on research data.
The programme will include a wide variety of presentations and lightning talks given by national and international experts. The conference is a forum not only for correspondent presentations but first and foremost for discussions and meet up with colleagues.
The conference will take place in the auditorium of the Rijksmuseum located at Museumstraat 1 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Save the date and join us for an inspiring
Sharing is Caring X event at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam on Friday 22 November
2019. This one-day conference is all about the next level of open data for
museums. Never before did we have so much digital content to share with the
World. Sharing is Caring X Amsterdam will address the next challenges for
museums in making findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable the full
context of collection objects, with a focus on research data.
The programme committee consists of Merete Sanderhoff, curator and senior adviser at the National gallery of Denmark, Loic Tallon, former Chief Digital Officer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Wilbert Helmus, Network Manager of the Dutch Digital Heritage Network, Herbert Vande Sompel, Chief Innovation Officer at the Dutch Institute for Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS) and Saskia Scheltjens, Head of Research Services at the Rijksmuseum.