|Date:||Monday, June 13, 2016, 5:30 pm|
|Title:||The Future of Digital Preservation and Access|
|Cost:||$15 for non-members, free for Cultural Connections Members|
The modern age is characterized by the increasing use and comfort with digital technology. As a result, museums and other cultural institutions are changing how the public interacts with and views the objects and places which, in the past, could only be visited in person. How are these organizations taking the exhibition and preservation of their subject matter to the next level? What are the ramifications of these changes for those who work in and visit our places of cultural and scientific importance? Is digital preservation the only way to preserve our legacy for future generations?
Join us as we explore these questions and more on our interdisciplinary panel.
We are pleased to have the following speakers:
Tatjana Dzambazova, Senior Product Manager Autodesk
Creating partnerships with organizations and communities around interpretation, archaeology, anthropology, and the museum world as a whole.
Jonathan Lee, Head of Digital Experience- Asian Art Museum.
Using photogrammetry to 3D model their masterpiece objects to create visitor engagement and expand on the future potential for conservation.
Olivia Dill, IRENE project, UC Berkeley
Digitally preserving and archiving the history of sound recordings (including paper, discs, and cylinders).
Heather Yager, Head Librarian- Cal. Academy
Linking digitized text, photo, and specimen collections on the web to facilitate further research