For the first time in the history of Sharing is Caring, the conference will spread out over three days. As we’re in Aarhus, the cultural capital of Europe, we want you to make the most of your stay.
Full programme for print – please print og save before the conference.
See who’s joining us – LIST OF PARTICIPANTS
Sunday 19 November
10.00-19.00 (including meals)
CULTour of the region of Aarhus cultural capital of Europe
Join us on a bus tour to cultural attractions in Central Jutland. We will visit Dokk1 – Aarhus’ new main library, Museum Jorn and Gl. Estrup Manor Museum, all hosted by professional guides. The CULTour is free for “Full Conference” participants.
Monday 20 November
Venue: The Old Town
Moderator: Merete Sanderhoff, initiator of Sharing is Caring
A day packed with world-class speakers, ready to share their experience on creating and capturing impact of digitised cultural heritage. Set in the unique surroundings of the open air museum The Old Town.
9.00 Arrival, registration and coffee
Elizabeth Merritt, Center for the Future of Museums
10.30 Comfort break
10.45-13.00 Three main speakers in OpenGLAM
Marie Østergård, Library Director, Aarhus Public Libraries
Tim Sherratt, historian, hacker, University of Canberra, Australia
Rob Stein, Chief Program Officer, American Alliance of Museums
Lunch break – take a walk through The Old Town
14.30 Ignite session
Program will follow the open call
15.15 Coffee break
16.15 Wrap up and intro to the workshop day
16.30 End of program
Drinks, dinner, party, DJ!!!!
Tuesday 21 November
Venue: ARoS Art Museum
NB: Every attendant can sign up to two halfday workshops
Get hands-on experience on how to boost your impact, both online and onsite. Select two workshop sessions that match your institutional and individual interests.
- How to turn the museum into a public space for engagement
Marianne Grymer Bargeman, ARoS Public
- How to boost your collection visibility and impact on Wikipedia
Karen Williams, Royal Library of Denmark Aarhus; Majken Astrup, AU Library Arts; Finn Årup Nielsen, Wikimedia Denmark
- How to capture the social impact of your institution’s work
Harry Verwayen, Europeana; Merete Sanderhoff, SMK Statens Museum for Kunst
9.00 Welcome and coffee
9.30-12.00 Workshop 01
12.00-13 Lunch break – take a walk through ARoS Art Museum
13.00-15.30 Workshop 02
15.30-16.00 Wrap up and thanks