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Digital Conversations: New Technologies | WORKSHOP 2 - Digital Inspirations from Paris Museums, Merged Reality

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Gallery 10, Level 1 & Seminar Room, Level 2 | National Museum of Singapore
30 January 2018, 10am to 6pm
*Latecomers will not be admitted. No refunds.

*Please note: A laptop is required for this workshop.

This January, the National Museum of Singapore invites museum enthusiasts to discover innovative digital projects within the context of the museum. These include Virtual Reality explorations, micro-CT scanning technology, advanced optical systems, augmented reality and a brainwave performance.

In conjunction with the showcase, there will be a series of workshops on 30 January 2018, as part of NMS's ongoing Digital Conversations series. International experts are invited to share their views while exploring a cross-section of digital trends and applications related to museology and storytelling.

Visit our website for more information on The Digital Showcase.


WORKSHOP 2 | SCHEDULE


(Gallery 10, Level 1)
10am - 12:30pm: Implementation of digital projects in temporary exhibitions and permanent collections at the Paris Musées by Philippe Riviere (Paris Musées)

Since its creation 5 years ago, Paris Musées has deeply transformed its way of implementing digital technology in its exhibitions. From simple displays in 2013 to innovative tools in most of its exhibitions in 2017, digital has become an important part of Paris Musées' process of building exhibitions and new museography.

But how has digital technology been implemented in the process? And for which visitors' needs? This participative workshop will feature real case studies based on past exhibitions and new itineraries within the museums.

12:30pm - 1pm: Sharing Session

1pm - 2pm: Lunch (included)

(Seminar Room, Level 2)
2pm - 4:30pm: Let's Tell a Story in Merged Reality Space by Chris Walker (Bright White Ltd, UK)

In this workshop, Chris will introduce practitioners to the world of storytelling in merged reality space. Using real objects from the National Museum of Singapore, participants will learn how to develop content that maximises the possibilities of these technologies. The end result will be short presentations representing each group’s response to the museum objects. The workshop is suitable for anyone from business development officers to curators, conservators, content developers, scriptwriters, learning and education teams, digital developers and art workers.

4:30pm - 5pm: Sharing Session

5pm - 6pm: Closing


ABOUT THE SPEAKERS


Philippe Riviere, Head of Digital, Paris Musées

Paris Musées is an organisation that manages the 14 civic museums of the city of Paris. Its three main missions are to produce high quality exhibitions and publications, to develop and accentuate the museums’ collection, and to further develop and expand its audience.

With these focal points in mind, Philippe Riviere envisions, initiates and constructs the digital strategies for Paris Musées. Currently Head of the Digital Department at Paris Musées, his role spans online visibility (including websites and social networks), onsite mediation and technical experimentation. As Head of Digital at “Cité de l'architecture et du patrimoine” (2009–2013) and Information Systems Manager (2011–2013), he managed and set up numerous websites (including institutional websites, children’s websites, WebTV and online collections), mobile applications, onsite cultural mediation displays, as well as technical experimentations.

Chris Walker, Founder and Director, Virtual Case Systems

Chris is a founding director of Bright White Ltd, a creative design consultancy based in York, England. Since 2004, Bright White has been working with government agencies, local authorities, national museums and charities to develop engaging and thought-provoking interpretation projects. The last decade has seen a huge transition towards digital interpretation, and Bright White has won many major awards for the successful implementation of major digital interpretation projects.
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