Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age - In partnership with Culture in Crisis

Join our discussion to explore the innovations and limits of digital technologies in preservation and reproduction practices.

+44 (0)20 7942 2000
  • The Lydia & Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre

  • Free event

Past Event

Digital design and technology innovation offer new ways to think about collecting and preserving art and cultural heritage. Join our discussion to examine how these technologies bring exciting preservation and reproduction opportunities but also challenge museum and Cultural Heritage professionals to critically reflect on their own practices. This event is part of Digital Design Weekend (21-22 September 2019)
This event is free but booking is essential.

Our panellists include:
- Laura Jones - Culture in Crisis International Coordinator, V&A (Chair)
- Anaïs Aguerre - Culture Connect Founder and ReACH Project Director
- Dr Jennifer Wexler - Museum Archaeologist, Fitzwilliam Museum
- Tom Flynn - Cultural Heritage Lead at Sketchfab
- Steve Dey - Director of ThinkSee3D

This event is very popular and place are limited. For guaranteed entry with ticket please arrive at least 10 minutes before the scheduled start time, latecomers will not be accommodated. First come first served general admission starts 10 minutes before the event.