Workshops Hamburg

Workshop session 1

CC Change Your Mind

Ellen Euler, Deputy Manager of Finances, Law, and Communication, German Digital Library/Barbara Fischer, Curator for Cultural Partnerships, Wikimedia Germany 

Reuse of Cultural Heritage: A Challenging Topic

Nora Al-Badri, Jan Nikolai Nelles, Artists, Berlin/Sarah Powell, Rights specialist at Auckland War Memorial Museum

Building Bridges between Cultural Institutions and Tech Communities: A Collaborative Handbook

Helene Hahn, Open Knowledge Foundation Deutschland e.V. /Philipp Geisler, Project Manager Coding da Vinci Nord 2016

How to Make the Most Out of It: Reuse and Content Production for Learning

Douglas McCarthy, Art & Photography Collections Manager, Europeana/Friederike Fankhänel, Education of Art and Design, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg

Workshop session 2

Step by Step: Ways Towards Open Access

Karin Glasemann, Digital Coordinator, Nationalmuseum Sweden/Antje Theise, Rare Book Librarian, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg

Economies of Sharing Digitized Cultural Heritage

Georg Hohmann, Head of Digitization, Deutsches Museum, Munich/Gertraud Koch, Professor of Cultural Anthropology, University of Hamburg/Mareike Schumacher, eFoto project, University of Hamburg

Sharing through Interaction. Socializing Media for Cultural Heritage Work

Mar Dixon, Cultural and Social Entrepreneur, United Kingdom

Sharing and Creating Knowledge: Crowdsourcing at the ETH Library in Zurich

Nicole Graf, Head of the Image Archive of the ETH library in Zurich

Atelier J. Hamann, Übungen an der Sprossenwand, around 1909, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (CC0 1.0 Publich Domain Dedication)


Workshops will be held in English and German