Within the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, July 2017, Tartu, cultural heritage conference “Cultural Heritage 3.0: Audience and Access in the Digital Era”.
The conference focuses on access to culture and audience inclusion and development with the help of digital means in the digital era, which is also one of the most important topics in culture during the Estonian Presidency. The conference will discuss how the development of digital technologies has changed the way in which audiences access culture, how cultural content is created and consumed. What is the role of culture and cultural heritage in building stronger communities and a more cohesive society? How to place the audience in the centre of a cultural institution’s work and how to develop cultural institutions’ capabilities? We will take a look at how cultural heritage could be connected to social innovation and economic development. There will also be discussion about reforming copyright laws and how that, in turn, will impact access to cultural content. The conference will include practical workshops and field trips. The keynote speaker of the conference is Prof. Pier Luigi Sacco, from IULM University of Milano, special advisor to Commissioner Tibor Navracsics at the European Commission during the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018.
Broadcasts of the event
Day one (July 12, 2017)
Day two (July 13, 2017)
- Maciej Hofman, European Commission: Audience development survey “How to place audiences at
the centre of cultural institutions?” (PDF)
- Vincent Bonnet, EBLIDA: "Copyright for Libraries and
Cultural Heritage Institutions" (PDF)
- Yvette Vaughan Jones, Visiting Arts;"Are you talking to me? Audience development in digital era"
- Kristel Rattus, Estonian National Museum: "Digital Exhibits: a Necessity or a Nuisance?" (PDF)
- Dr. Pille Runnel, Estonian National Museum: "Engaging audiences:
rethinking the Estonian National Museum" (PDF)
- Harry Verwayen, Europeana: "Community engagement challenge (PDF)" (PDF)
- Sylvia Amann, inforelais (PDF): "Which innovation for cultural heritage?"
- Minna Karvonen, Finnish Ministry of Culture: "Social trust, social innovations & libraries" (PDF)
- Riina Reinvelt, Estonian National Museum: Soviet era migration in the new exhibitions (PDF)
- Key-Note Speech by Prof. Pier Luigi Sacco, IULM University of Milan: Cultural Heritage 3.0 (PDF)
- Prof Seamus Ross, University of Toronto: "Social Cohesion and Economic Development:
Cultural Heritage as Catalyst (PDF)"
- Zuzanna Stanska, Moiseum, Digital solutions challenge workshop (PDF)
- Coline Robin, Graphic recorder: "Cultural Heritage 3.0 Graphic Recording Booklet" (PDF)
- The rapid development of digital technology creates new expectations for cultural institutions. (13 July, 2017)
- International conference in Tartu focuses on access to cultural heritage in the digital era. (12 July, 2017)
Articles from the Ministry of Culture's monthly bulletin
- Digital culture is developing at frantic speed (Ministry of Culture's monthly bulletin 6/2017)
- Europeana Deputy Director Harry Verwayen: in the digital age, heritage institutions have to offer services that the audience needs (Ministry of Culture's monthly bulletin 6/2017)
Adviser on Cultural Heritage
Phone +372 628 2381