The digital revolution is challenging culture, but also offering lots of new options. For this reason, we would like to take a closer look at the wishes and requirements of the cultural institutions of Baden-Württemberg in the digital era with you as part of a conference.
We invite you, as the representative of an important cultural facility, to take part in the workshops, moderated specialist fora and plenary speeches. Talk to experts about the best cases and best practices from the fields of archives, libraries and museums on October 20, 2015.
Please note that participation is limited. You must register until October 16, 2015, at: email@example.com
|Panel I: Visions of a digital society|
With Michael M. Resch (High Performance Computing Center – HLRS, Stuttgart), Tom Fürstner (System One, Vienna) and Anna Kinder (German Literature Archive, Marbach)
Presented by: Susanne Kaufmann
|Panel II: Digital culture in the museum|
With Tessa Rosebrock (Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe), Eckart Köhne (Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe) and Michael Volkmer (Scholz & Volkmer, Wiesbaden)
Presented by: Michael Hübl
|Panel III: Digital culture of openness |
With Christian Gries (Kulturkonsorten, Munich), Lambert Heller (German National Library of Science and Technology and University Library) and Olia Lialina (Merz Academy, Stuttgart)
Presented by: Caroline Robertson-von Trotha
|Panel IV: Digital humanities and digital culture|
With Gabriel Viehhauser (Stuttgart Research Centre for Text Studies, Universität Stuttgart), Martin Stricker (Coordination Centre for Scientific University Collections in Germany, Berlin) and Maximilian Schich (Arts and Technology Program, University of Texas at Dallas)
Presented by: Nikolai Forstbauer
|Panel V: Databases, big data and libraries|
With Marcus Burkhardt (Munich Center for Technology in Society der TU Munich), Georg Gottlob (Computer Science, TU Vienna and Oxford University) and Rike Balzuweit (University Library Heidelberg)
Presented by: Adrienne Braun
|Panel VI: Copyright and rights of use in the digital world|
With Paul Klimpel (iRights, Berlin), Rupert Vogel (Chancellery Vogel & Partner, Karlsruhe), Anja Oberländer (University of Konstanz) and Carsten Ulbricht (M.C.L., Chancellery Bartsch, Stuttgart)
Presented by: Tanja Nitschke
|Workshop: The development of innovative business models in art and culture through design thinking|
With Carsten H. Hahn (University of Applied Sciences Karlsruhe as well as SAP SE, Walldorf)
The symposium will be opened by Jürgen Walter (State Secretary in the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts), Frank Mentrup (Mayor of the city of Karlsruhe) and Peter Weibel (Chairman of the ZKM). Plenary speeches will be presented by Roberto Simanowski (English Department and School of Creative Media, City University Hongkong), Gerald Maier (B-W National Archive), Georg Hohmann (Deutsches Museum Munich) and Martin Roth (Victoria & Albert Museum, London).
The panels will be transmitted via live stream. We will be live-tweeting from the event using hashtag #divis2015 – you are warmly invited to participate!
- Anett Holzheid (Project management)
- Organization / Institution
- ZKM | Karlsruhe
Initiated by state secretary Jürgen Walter MdL, supported by the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts Baden-Württemberg, designed and organised by the ZKM | Karlsruhe.