IDEAS FOR MUSEUMS DIGITAL (RE)TRANSFORMATION Mu.SA - Conference

Alberto del Bimbo, speaker on “Digital Future” at Mu.SA Conference about digital skills for change and innovation in museums – LinkCampus University in Rome.

IDEAS FOR MUSEUMS DIGITAL (RE) TRANSFORMATION
is the event on digital skills for change and innovation taking place in Rome LInk Campus University on Monday 16th September 2019 .

Speakers include Talitha Vassalli Di Dachenhausen, Service Manager II Management and enhancement of museums and cultural sites, Mibac, Italian Ministry of Culture; Alberto del Bimbo, Director of Media Integration and Communication CenterI University of Florence and Nemech, Nicolette Mandarano, Digital Media Curator, Barberini and Corsini National Galleries; Stefania Zardini Lacedelli, co-founder of the virtual museum DOLOM.IT.

The meeting is introduced by Massimiliano Dibitonto , Link Campus University and chaired by Margherita Sani, IBC Istituto Beni Culturali, Emilia-Romagna Region.
The conference is organised by the Italian partners of the Mu.SA project: Link Campus University, Melting Pro, Fondazione Symbola and IBC – Istituto Beni Culturali Emilia-Romagna Region.

The event is part of the Mu.SA – Museum Sector Alliance project. Mu.SA is a project that supports museum professionals in their digital transformation journey and provide training for the emerging job profiles in the sector due to the increasing adoption of ICT in museums. The project is co-funded by the European Commission Erasmus Plus Programme – Sector Skills Allainces.

More Info
http://www.project-musa.eu/blog/2019/09/11/ideas-for-museums-digital-re-transformation/

 

 

 

 

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