Open Data – now what? Applying principles of openness and collaboration in strategy and practice
We look forward to welcoming you to Stockholm for two days packed with #OpenGLAM thoughts, strategies, ideas and inspiration!
A printable version will be available by end of August. All meals inculded in your conference fee.
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DAY 1: Monday, September 16th, 11:30-20:00
VENUE: Nationalmuseum, Södra Blasieholmshamnen, Stockholm
11:30 Registration opens (Entrance Hall, Nationalmuseum)
12:00 Lunch (Restaurant, Nationalmuseum)
13:00 Welcome address by Susanna Pettersson, Director General, Nationalmuseum
13:10 Opening keynote by Loic Tallon, former CDO of the Metropolitan Museum
14:00 Andrea Wallace: Finding the Nuance in OpenGLAM
14:30 Bodil Axelsson: A Question of and, and. Curation and Business Models when Museums Enter Informational Capitalism
15:30 Andrei Taraschuk: Bots Going Artsy – Strategies for Sharing Large Art Collections with Social Media Bots and AI
16:00 Emil Andersson: Art Going Social – How Our Digital Life is Changing the Art Canon
16:30 Lightning talks by artists and OpenGLAM practitioners
17:00 Guided tours around Nationalmuseum.
18:30 Dinner at Nationalmuseum’s restaurant
DAY 2: Tuesday, September 17th, 9:00-16:30
VENUE: The Royal Armoury, Slottsbacken 3 , Stockholm
8:45 Registration opens
9:00 Welcome address by Malin Grundberg, Museum Director of the Royal Armoury
9:15 Guided tours around the Royal Armoury
10:30 Jill Cousins: Freedom and Light
11:00 Linked Open Data workshop by Fredrik Paulsson, Axiell
11:30 Lightning talks by artists and OpenGLAM practitioners
12:00 Lunch at the Royal Armoury
13:00 Erik Lernestål: When the Community Gives Back
13:30 Thomas Flynn: Opportunities for Sharing & Licensing Cultural 3D Models
14:00 Sofia Dahlquist: What Happened Here? Exploring the History of Stockholm with Your Smartphone
14:30 Ben Vershbow: Wikimedia and OpenGLAM: Where Do We Go From Here?
15:30 Lightning talks by artists and OpenGLAM practitioners
15:45 Merete Sanderhoff: How Can We Transform the World With Open Culture?