Truth in Storytelling – Relevancy in Our Communities
How can cultural organizations lead the way towards authenticity? Can re-envisioning our organization’s mission, educational philosophy, or program goals affect what we mean to our community? Can telling the truth, in an unfiltered way, improve people’s lives?
Curator of Education and Interpretation, Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
Explore Digital Transformation in Museums with Microsoft
Come join Microsoft for a hands-on exploration of museum case studies and applications framed in Microsoft’s Digital Transformation Framework for Museums. Activities will include: a) Minecraft in Museums, b) leveraging the Digital Transformation Framework for Museums to develop strategy, c) explore the end-to-end solutions and vision of Microsoft’s work with the Grand Egyptian Museum and finally, d) Art Explorer, an example of Artificial Intelligence in action to knowledge mine museum collections.
Business Strategy Leader, Libraries and Museums, Microsoft
Regional Business Manager (EMEA region), Libraries and Museums, Microsoft
Biologist, Microsoft Innovative Educator Fellow
Everything Authoritarian or Absolutist Is Symmetrical
For the German Johannes Cladders, the museum should be asymmetrical. For the Italo-Brazilian Lina Bo Bardi, the museum should be an anti-museum, or for Werner Hoffmann, the museum should be a permanent workshop. What could be a relevant institutional program to deal with contemporary times?
Co-director, Archiv der Avantgarden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden
REGISTRATION FOR WORKSHOPS
10:30 – 13:00
Enrollment: How to Solve Challenges Together
What is your problem or opportunity? Who can help you solve it? Who can make your idea better? And why would they help? This group discussion will help us all identify overlapping desires to make all our institutions better.
Chief Engagement Officer, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Mia
Co-creating Change: Working with Communities and Audiences to Design and Deliver Programmes
A workshop exploring the models and programmes developed and delivered to co-create change at the People’s History Museum, using case study information and giving each group an area of the museum’s work to discuss and explore how they would apply or adapt that way of working to their communities, their institutions and their sectors.
Director, People's History Museum (PHM)
KEEP IN TOUCH