I would like to extend an invitation to a new virtual event on February 9 – Technology and Museums 2023. The event is *FREE* for all GLAM professionals. Join the community as we examine how leading cultural institutions are using innovative digital solutions to manage their collections better. Sessions will include:
- Blending of Physical and Digital to create a Phygital offering
- QR codes
- … and many more!
This event is free for the first 250 registrants from the GLAM and non-profit community. Click here to find out more and register: https://www.henrystewartconferences.com/events/technology-for-museums-2023
We’re delighted to announce the keynote speaker, Dr Kelisha B. Graves, Chief Research, Education, and Programs Officer of The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change.
- Learn about the challenges of transformation that come with an effort to digitize, catalogue and build a platform designed to inspire new generations to continue forward the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mrs. Coretta Scott King, and empower change makers who are continuing the effort today.
- We’ll also learn more about the archives, collections and everything associated with preserving the plethora of documents, paintings, objects and compelling audio and visual that tell the important story of the official living memorial of the lives, legacies, and teachings of Dr. King and Mrs. King.
- Along with the practical challenges of defining and identifying many of the metadata categories, we’ll hear the strategic direction of The King Library and Archives and plans to leverage opportunities to continue this important mission.
Your ticket also includes full access to DAM and Museums 2023, which is co-located with this event. Learn how today's infrastructure and technology supports art and culture, and how a Digital Asset Management system is becoming the creative link between technology and art. We will address key topics such as:
I hope you can join us and please do reach out if you have any questions.
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