Peer-to-peer Workshop

INNOVATION SUMMIT I: BREAK-OUT SESSION ON CULTURAL HERITAGE


THE ARTS+ SALON 10. October 2018 11:30 - 13:00

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TONYA NELSON
HARRY VERWAYEN
THIERRY BAUJARD
DR. PAUL KLIMPEL
BERND FESEL
UGO BACCHELLA
ZOLTAN KRASZNAI
NINA KLEIN
HOLGER VOLLAND
RAIVIS SIMANSONS

What are the main barriers to tech-triggered innovation in the cultural heritage sector? Are these unique to the sector, or are there overlaps with other creative sectors? How can we overcome these barriers? And what is the role of the public sector in this? Explore these questions together with a small cross-sectoral group of players who will give insights into “their problems” – and the structural barriers behind them. The outcomes of the workshop will fuel into the last strand of the Summit (same day, 4 – 6.30 pm) and contribute to the press conference on Thursday 11 October, 2018.

 

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Host: Holger Volland, THE ARTS+, founder

 

SPEAKERS

  • Keynote: A new mission for Cultural Heritage – driven by tech-triggered innovation? Pier Luigi Sacco, Advisor to the European Commission for Culture and Education (Italy); round table moderation tba by Fitzcarraldo Foundation/ ArtLab
  • Sector-insight 1: A personal view on the most relevant innovation barriers in Cultural Heritage, Harry Verwayen, Executive Director of Europe’s digital platform for cultural heritage, Europeana (Netherlands); round table moderation tba by Europeana
  • Sector-insight 2: The relevance of Research & Development & Innovation in cultural heritage, Tonya Nelson, Chair of ICOM UK, Director of Museums & Cultural Programmes, University College of London (UCL) (UK), round table moderation tba by THE ARTS+. Moderator: Zoltán Krasznai, European Commission, DG Research & Innovation
  • Sector-insight 3: Focus on  skills: what expertise does it take to have a long-term view on innovation? Paul Klimpel, PhD, irights.law (Germany); round table moderation tba by Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO), Moderator: Raivis Simansons, Think Tank Creative Museum (Latvia)
  • Cross-Sector insight: Funding & Financing of startups in the Cultural Heritage & Games sector: ArtLab Investor Forum as a Best Practice Case, Thierry Baujard, CEO MediaDeals (Germany); round table moderation tba by European Creative Business Network (ECBN) & Fitzcarraldo Foundation

 

The Innovation Summit is by invitation only, and spaces are limited (max. 100), please contact Nina Klein klein@book-fair.com and pre-register here if you’re interested in attending:

 

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The Innovation Summit is organized as part of ALDUS, the European Book Fairs’ Network, and is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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